DaveQB wrote:I'm new to TT bikes so take this with a grain of salt.
1. Try to get in a "turtle neck" position so your is not up in the wind but rather only as high as your back this reducing your frontal size.
2. To me, it looks like your hands can come up higher, closer to your head to create a more "bullet" shape at the front; less of a parachute shape. This is how my bike fit ended up with 3D Bike Fit.
Thanks for the tips.
These photos were taken on the approach to a downhill 90deg left so I was starting to think about sitting up to brake into the corner. I normally try to keep my head at an angle or position so that I feel the wind on the back of my neck or 'buffeting' the collar of my cycling jersey that I wear when I'm training.
The loaned Argon18 that I raced for a few months before getting the Shiv had the ski bars on it but when I bought this bike, it had the flat bars. To me, it feels a bit more comfortable and aero because I can get lower. That's just the seat of the pants feel though.