It was very windy this morning.
The Symba does surprisingly well in the wind. I think part of the reason is the windshield is clipped to the handlebars and not a stationary part of the fairing. The result is when the wind hits the windshield, the windshield moves the handlebars into the wind. It is sort of a natural counter-steer. That said, high winds aren't my favorite riding condition. Today the wind was gusting up to 30mph when I rode Downtown.
|I took this photo as I was walking from one courthouse to the other at about 0830CST. Notice the flag. It always seems windier Downtown, but it was plenty windy everywhere this morning.|
|I worked all day in the Civil Courthouse and took this photo as I returned to the Carnahan Courthouse at about 1650CST. See the flag a top the Old Courthouse? Much less windy than in the AM.|
- 49F/9C while mostly cloudy and windy for the ride into work.
- 49F/9C with a few clouds for the ride home.