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Skinsuit

During the Time Trials for Stage 5 of the 2012 Amgen Tour of California on 17 May 2012, Kristin Armstrong, Olympic cyclist, wore a skinsuit with wind symbols. The 18.4 mile route led from Bakersfield College down the bluffs to Lake Ming and returned up bluffs. Armstrong is seen here approaching the finish line.

Kristin Armstrong

 

Armstrong won women's time trial with 39.59 min time. Her sponsor was Exergy, a wind development company. See wind turbine symbols on her skinsuit and in the background on signboard.

Time Trials, Stage 5, 2012 Amgen Tour of California, Bakersfield, CA, 17 May 2012. 18.4 mile route from Bakersfield College down bluffs to Lake Ming and return up bluffs.

Photo by Nancy Nies.

Cycling Cap

In 2021 Walz Caps was promoting its Iowa Technical Cycling Cap. The cap made by Walz cycling apparel in southern California near San Diego. The $27.00 cap was probably made for Iowa’s famed RAGBRAI (the Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa), a seven-day, 470 miles (800 km) bicycle ride across the state. The cap features the state’s name and stylized wind turbines. Iowa gets a higher percentage of its electricity from wind energy than from any other US state—58% in 2020.

 

 

 




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