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".... a distance D at velocity v is ½cDρADv², where A is the frontal area presented to the wind, ρ = 1.3 kg/m³ is the density of air at sea level, and cD is the coefficient of drag (about 0.8 for a cyclist)"

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http://physics.ucsd.edu/do-the-math/2011/11/mpg-of-a-human/#more-587
 

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LOL that just hurt reading that. Either to late or to damn early to try thinking that hard :p
 

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I remember that formula from physics! Never used it, but I remember seeing it haha.
 

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