I suppose the technical crew here at ABC may know a good way to go about this.
My plan is to make a lightweight webbing that attaches either just past the diameter change by the stem of my road bars that extends outward past the brake hoods and then attach again at the very tip of the drops. I'm having a hard time drawing it, but I can visualize it.
Stretched across this webbing would be a Polyurethane Laminate or other water/wind proof material to act as a superlight fairing for the fast approaching cold wind.
I think a traditional lexan fairing would be too costly and to bulky. Any ideas for a good way or material to make this out of? It would need to withstand a 35mph wind without flexing. Metal-work is a viable option.