Wind Breaker Chapter 495 release date, recap, and more

Mark your calendars for Wind Breaker Chapter 495 which is all set to release on April 29, 2024, at 12 am KST.

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By Mahaksh Chauhan | Apr 22, 2024 | 4 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Readers are thrilled to know that Wind Breaker Chapter 495 will be out soon. While returning to Korea, Noah happens to stumble into Jay, who is attempting to contact Shelly, while she is chewing on some malatang that is Korean-style. Jay begins to worry about her mental health when she doesn’t answer, and it turns out that he’s seen her gloominess since they got back from Japan.

Release Date and Where To Read Wind Breaker Chapter 495

Mark your calendars for Wind Breaker Chapter 495 which is all set to release on April 29, 2024, at 12 am KST.

Time ZoneDateTime
Korean Standard TimeApril 29, 202412:00 a.m. (KST)
New York TimeApril 28, 20247:00 a.m. (NYT)
Indian Standard TimeApril 28, 20248:30 p.m. (IST)
Central European TimeApril 28, 20245:00 p.m. (CET)
Australian Standard TimeApril 29, 20241:00 a.m. (AST)
Japanese Standard TimeApril 29, 202412:00 a.m. (JST)

The fans can read the manga Wind Breaker Chapter 495 on Webtoons and Naver.

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Previously in Chapter 494

In the midst of Jay’s Shelly-related thoughts, Noah pulls him by the shoulder and makes fun of the time he saw Shelly nude in Japan. Jay, perplexed as to her return to Korea, questions her about her delay in returning to England. After he complains that she doesn’t have anything to do since it’s the off-season, Noah drags him around until they happen to overhear Owen and Shelly chatting.

With no idea what they may be discussing at this hour, Noah ducks behind a nearby wall to listen in on their chat. Noah forces Jay to stand against the wall, puts a malatang stick in his mouth to silence him, and orders him to listen in on Owen and Shelly’s chat for the time being when he asks her why she’s suddenly hiding.

Training with Owen

Shelly informs Owen that the LOS is entering its semifinal round, but she feels like she’s holding her team members back due to her lack of training. Despite training with her father Mark, who has warned her to take it easy due to the dangers of cycling, Shelly is still a bit frustrated with how slowly she’s improving. As an explanation, Owen says that this is the nature of teams and that everyone is essential.

Owen points out that Hummingbird’s next opponent in the LOS is the Monster Crew and offers to personally coach Shelly until race day arrives, in response to her statement that she wants to assist the team win the next match even if she doesn’t know her job. But he also says that if Hummingbird were on par with Light Cavalry, she wouldn’t have to worry nearly as much, and he even advises that she abandon her current crew to join his.

Jay comes out of hiding to tell Owen that Shelly is absolutely not leaving Hummingbird. Owen has heard enough at this time. In response to Owen’s inquiry regarding the length of time he has been secretly listening in on his chat with Shelly, Jay dismisses the subject, claims that Hummingbird isn’t vulnerable enough to need concern from someone of his caliber, and orders Owen to keep quiet. Owen, who is still bitter about losing Shelly to Light Cavalry, decides to modify his attitude and instead asks Shelly and the other person if they could just tell him when they have training. Shelly concurs with Owen.


When Monster encounters Owen’s aircraft engineer colleague Gerard Macmillan at his training grounds, Monster confronts Macmillan about the point of his visit. As a response, Gerard mentions that Monster’s ability to motivate Owen to compete against him in their previous race was impressive, even if Monster lost. Gerard also expresses his desire for Monster to compete on a global stage after winning the LOS. Additionally, he expresses his desire for more international cyclists to challenge Owen and goes so far as to offer to finance Monster for his future international competitions. Despite his joy at the news, Monster tells Gerard that he has no plans to join another crew but rather to go pro with his own.

But before he can complete his thought, a towering young guy with orange hair approaches the room, burger in hand, and confronts Gerard, demanding to know what’s wrong with Monster and why he’s being so obstinate. He approaches Monster, who is clearly taken aback to see him, and says that he traveled all the way to Korea because he heard someone here could motivate Owen to give it a go. He then casually asks if Owen is losing his edge as a world-class cyclist after all these years.

After that, Gerard tells Monster that the man with the orange hair is none other than Chris D’ Char, a top-ranked cyclist with the UCI and perhaps the best sprinter in the world. Not only does Chris’s real name turn out to be the Record Breaker, but he also stops what he’s doing to greet Monster, expressing his pleasure at finally meeting him.

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