Re: fastest bicycle

Posted by Jim E on Oct 27, 2006

An example of exeeding wave speed in a skinny hull: Single rowing shells are about 24 feet long, So you'd expect them to be limited to around 6.5 knots. Olympic rowers cover 2 km at above 9 knots in these hulls. They're not really planing, the waves are just not big enough to hold them back.

In Response to: Re: fastest bicycle by CLC on Oct 27, 2006


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