Yes I did it !
New set up, some fine tuning, and I passed over the 22 kmph bar last sunday on a 10 km run.Actually I reached my 10 km target in 26'34", seting the par at an average of 22,64 kmph while training on a 12km.
The weather was cloudy, light wind,
I had taken along a camel bag and some additions to my usual setup :
a well tuned rear Revenge Alpha II - a perfect rear pumper -
and a brand new pair of 77mm Seismics Speed Vents.
My LDP deck was drilled further back to get some flex out of this rather stiff deck,
my front set up was a stock Bennett Vector - 5° equiped with Tunnel Funnels 77mm.
Endomondo my tracker app kept bugging everytime a car passed by - and seemed to be in maintenance all day long. Nevertheless, I got my time and distance, et voilà !
This average speed of 22,64 kmph will probably pass unoticed for downhillers or newbies, but will raise a brow among fellow Long Distance Pumpers.
It's good to be back on wheels
I am thirsty for more !
En VF et en résumé :
j'ai passé ce dimanche la barre des 22 km/h de moyenne sur 10km
ce n'est pas un exploit, mais après une période de méforme,
c'est encourageant de se remettre dans la course !