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by looking at the data, I dont think he is in form. I dont that thats a hard set. I wonder what he would do when he's in form?


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You will see it imediately: Wese will start his in the season with his first competition at Saturday, the "Het Volk"

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I was talking about his training SRM data. I am sure he is inform now. He will kick ass! :)


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I'm sure he will, but it does look strange that he needs 380 watts to deliver 35kmh. At my interval speed of 55kmh, my turbo says I'm putting out 320 watts - but its calibration is probably shot...

As someone said, he could be on a turbo using resistance for higher power at lower speeds. But that would mean he's on a turbo for three hours.....that's a very long time to be sat on a turbo.... :shock:

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when doing a set like that its not the hard to do that many hours on a mag, I think the longest I have done straight on a mag is 5-6hours. But you have to sometimes.


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The most I've ever done on turbo is two hours - and that was last night. It was horrible. Guess that's why you're a pro and I'm not :)

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