How accurate is Strava’s estimated power?

If you’re not a powermeter user, Strava gives you an estimated power number for your ride and across all the segments also. This data is “calculated” by Strava using road gradient, speed, and your rider info such as what you have your weight set to. But just how accurate are these Strava estimates?

How does the average roadie compare to a pro cyclist?

Have you ever been watching the Tour de France or any other pro cycling race and wondered how long you’d last in the pro peloton? We’ve all thought about it. Okay, I’ve thought about it. But really, how would you fare? Could you hold your own in the bunch? How do us everyday road riders…

Power in the bunch

If you’ve never witnessed the professional peloton rushing past at high speed, it really is something to behold. They seem to carry that speed effortlessly! Flying at almost superhuman speed. In a world where watts are king, how much power do they need to go that fast? And how much do they save by hiding…

Six reasons you SHOULD NOT use a powermeter

Road.cc recently published an article titled “Six reasons why you should use a power meter.” Now I must confess I ride with power pretty much 100% of the time. That said, I would never recommend anyone buy one. So in rebuttal to that article, here are my six reasons you SHOULD NOT BUY a powermeter……

Travel Mode added to Favero Assioma powermeter pedals

The latest update (Firmware 3.00) from Favero includes a new travel mode for the Assioma Duo and Uno powermeter pedals. There are some other small improvements too such as a unified Bluetooth channel for smart trainers and a fix for “Error 99” calibration. The travel/ship mode feature has been missing up until now and adds…