Hey Jake, I found this page from a power training discussion group I like to read. It's great to see your power stats, keep 'em coming! For comparison here's my numbers from the same race. My weight is roughly 79 kg. Interesting that the overall difficulty of the race (TSS) was the same within error, but your W/kg were a good bit higher than mine. It really shows how bigger riders have an advantage in the windy flats.Duration: 2:59:00 Work: 3493 kJ TSS: 229.4 (intensity factor 0.877) Norm Power: 344 VI: 1.06 Distance: 70.579 mi Min Max Avg Power: 0 1105 325 watts Cadence: 30 141 81 rpm Speed: 11.6 33.9 23.7 mph Pace 1:46 5:11 2:32 min/mi Hub Torque: 0 375 92 lb-in Crank Torque: 0 1579 345 lb-inW/kg: Min Max Avg NormalizedJake 0 21.30 4.82 5.10Greg 0 13.99 4.11 4.35
hey greg thanks for the comparision. i was actually going to ask. I may be way to much into this power thing, but it does give some very interesting information. I dont about you but I was looking at the first half of the race where I spent more time on the front chasing you guys down then I did once I caught you and those numbers where even higher. Time: 1:30 1:24Distance: 60km 52km Normal Power: 345 309Average: 328 293Avergae hrt: 162 151I found that pretty interesting.Good luck at collegiate nationals. Im assuming your going. Don't get caught up in the "collegiate racing games" and just race hard. Breeze on
sweet file yo. my file from today looked somthing like this...totals kj's for entire day: 500TSS: 2IF: .03Distance: 43 hobble stepsSpeed: slowwhat do you think?
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