During the following 3½months I will try to collect as many power meter profiles as possible. Afterwards I will present the data so you can compare your power outputs to people spending more or less time on training than you. I hope that a lot of riders will participate in this project, because I believe we all can benefit from this knowledge. You can read more about the project here and maybe enter the project if you already know your numbers. I will strongly recommend that you spread the words to riders who use SRM, PowerTaps, Ergomo or similar products. Thank you.
Archives for April 2007
There have been some delay of the final tests in the Power Meter Project, but I have received some test results and race reports that indicate improvements. I’m really impressed by the participants because I know that they have been through some really tough interval workouts during the last 12 weeks. Wattage controlled intervals are a great way to control pace and secures that the rider trains exactly the physiological skill he is interested in.
Until now I have received the incredible results from Paul Skiba and Gonzalo Vilaseca. I will post some comments on these results soon, but you are welcome to take a closer look at them now. I have not seen how many watts Marc Moeller was able to do in the final week, but I know that he has made some great results in a couple of cycling races. Please consider that podium places are more important than watts on your PowerTap anyway.