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This is a discussion on Fun little chase with an WS6 T/A within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Fourdoor If you say so. Olympic circle track bike racing (the team sport type) is all about ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fourdoor
    If you say so. Olympic circle track bike racing (the team sport type) is all about drafting and I doubt they get past 40 mph.

    Lets just accept that it was "magic" that let him keep up even though he had a couple passengers.

    Keith
    They can get beyond 40 mph. That's also because of more aerodynamic setups, following MUCH more closely and being in a setting designed to allow for drafting. And, sadly, a car is not the same thing as a bicycle.

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