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The Kestrel 4000 sitting a bit lonely in the wind tunnel towards the end of the day.
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The day for Andy Potts started with a few packages of Special K cereal with fruit and a bagel
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Arriving at the A2 wind tunnel with lots of gear and the assistance of Chris Mesigian
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Andy Potts got right to work to unpack his bike.
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Mike Giraud setting up the bike in the tunnel to get some base measurements.
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Andy Potts gets instructions from Mike Giraud how the testing is getting handled.
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Time to focus and get going
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The pads are getting lowered by Mike Giraud at this time.
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An off we go again, a bit lower now.
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Just in case someone isn't sure who just passed them.
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Chris Mesigian makes sure that the crew at the A2 wind tunnel isn't starving.
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Andy Potts though has to eat on the fly.
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Testing with the road helmet and the horizontal speedfil bottle on the extensions.
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Testing was also done with the Torhans Aero30 system
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Some of the Rudy Project helmets that had been tested earlier.
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Jeff Smith of inviscid Design with one of the speedfil bottles
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During a change in the tunnel Andy Potts makes sure he stays warm.
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Kestrel brand manager Steven Harad looks closer at the setup of his newest athlete.
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Time to pack up again for Andy Potts.
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As Andy Potts is departing for the airport in Charlotte, another delivery arrives for the larger wind tunnel next door.