July 10th 2015 - Auto Research Center, Indianapolis, announced its new, Aerodynamic Bike Testing Facility to be unveiled at a Grand Opening on July 30th at the center’s location at 4012 Championship Drive.
This new testing will provide competitive cyclists, triathletes, manufacturer of gear, clothing and bikes the advantage of increasing their speed and efficiency, using the same wind tunnel and expertise that has won the Indy 500 many times. With or without the rider, speeds up to 40 mph and with 6 component balance resolution to .25 Watts.
“Auto Research Center has long been a leader in wind tunnel testing and aerodynamics in the racing industry as well as production design and fleet fuel efficiency,” stated Mike Camosy, President and CEO of ARC. “Competitive cycling and triathlons continue to grow and using the skills, techniques and expertise available here in Indiana, just makes sense.”
Camosy said that a Grand Unveiling of this process, featuring actual testing, will be held at the center’s location at 4012 Championship Drive, starting at 9:00am and concluding at 4:00 pm.
To attend the event or for more information on how ARC's capabilities can help you, contact ARC by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, via phone at 1-317-291-8600 or visit http://www.arcindy.com
About Auto Research Center
Auto Research Center, LLC is a research & development facility that provides analysis using its various testing devices such as wind tunnel, CFD Elements software, seven post rig and drive train test rig, as well as design and consultancy services. The majority of ARC’s customer base involves professional automotive racing teams, automotive manufacturers, delivery vehicle manufacturers, and heavy duty truck and trailer manufactures and military, all of which are concerned about efficiency, handling, and fuel economy.