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Here are my infos;
Duration Avg Power Avg Cadence
1.5h - 180 watt - 120 rpm
1.5h - 220 watt - 110 rpm
1.5h - 180 - 100 watt - 110 rpm
1.5h - 100 - 120 - 200 watt - 105 rpm
There is also some interesting stuff that you can do with the different calculators on cycling power models.
http://www.cyclingpowermodels.com/Power ... arios.aspx" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
I love this site; it has so many cool features that you can play with and some well written articles
So if your variance is low (you rode at constant wattage) then it is possible to calculate. However if your power variance is high (loads of sprints followed by warmdowns) then any distance calculations won't be very accurate.
But as Tapeworm asks... what's the point?
Knowing also the distance would be nice because I dont work/train by power output.
My progression on stationary bike was like this;
In the first 1.5 hour incl. warm up;
2nd 1.5 hour;
in the first 5-10min, 180-190-200-210 watt, then constantly 220 watt
3rd 1.5 hour;
1st 10 min 180 watt - cramp - 130 watt - cramp - 100 watt
4th 1.5 hour;
100 - 120 watt - then in the last 10 minute 220 watt
No slowing wind, only in some periods I used the ventilator machine to keep myself cool and dry.
Most of my estimate was taken from estimating an average value for all the parameters in these equations:
...and it is not called "trolling"; it is called "having a sense of humor"
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