Recovery and Diet
On 8/14/2019 11:28 AM, Tom Kunich wrote:
Never the less, you get a fairly accurate picture of power output with weight, frontal area (including estimated drag factor) and time over distance. The accuracy of this rivals a power meter.
As I pointed out, there really is no use for a power meter on a sports bike other than to brag about your power output.
And as you've shown us, it's even easier to brag about your power output
if you don't have a power meter.
400 W over 10 km from a guy older than 70? At _least_ enter the Senior
Olympics so we can see your name in the record books. According to
http://bikecalculator.com/how.html your claimed power output would
easily yield a new world record.
Go for it, Tom!
- Frank Krygowski
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