NAQI® Aero Speed Gel gives cyclists a 1 sec per km advantage.
NAQI®, the producer of innovative skin care products, collaborated with experts in aerodynamics in the development of a gel that reduces the aerodynamic drag of a cyclist. From F1 laser technology to 3D printing, a spectrum of state-of-the-art technology was used in the development of this product.
“This NAQI® Aero Speed Gel, applied to arms and/or legs of a cyclist, is able to significantly reduce the drag coefficient of a cyclist. At time trial speeds (50 km/h) this reduction of the drag coefficient leads to gains of up to 15 watt for a typical cyclist in time trial position. This translates to a potential gain of almost 1 second per km. For a triathlete tested at 39 km/h the potential gain was 307 seconds or a reduction in drag of 6%. More info on the test results and scientific principles can be found in the NAQI white paper on the Aero Speed Gel.
NAQI will be at the Stand G152 at the Cycle Show.