So you got a power meter for 2016 — here's how you can use it to get faster and achieve your cycling goals this season.
For the final 4:55 of Sutherland’s ride he was able to churn out 426 watts, averaging 35.2 mph. Over the entire time trial he averaged 414 watts, for an average speed of 35.8 mph.
Stages 1-7 are in the books for this year’s Tour de France. The riders who survived the opening day’s crashes are starting to feel the effects of the blistering fast racing with the mountain stages just over the horizon.
Hunter Allen and Andrew Coggan discuss some simple ways a power meter can help riders track performance changes over time.
Coach Dirk Friel compares rider power files from the Tour of California and the Tour de France and comes to some surprising conclusions.
Hunter Allen and Andy Coggan have updated their bestselling book, Training and Racing with a Power Meter. Allen and Coggan have completely revised the book that made power meters understandable for amateur and professional cyclists and triathletes.
How much power does it take to hang with the pros in a big American stage race? For the Redlands Bicycle Classic, we put an SRM power meter on the bike of Eric Marcotte, a 30-year-old chiropractor who races as a Cat. 1.