I think one might be a little slower on that, idk. I don't know what the cause of your error is but I'd say you're off by a factor of two or more.
This figure becomes even more important when aligned with power output. Metric U.
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I'm really not too sure about tarmac. I think "road". This power seems a little low, but the loop was a little hilly, so you add a little grade and adjust power again. We will never sell your data and you'll only get messages from us and our partners whose products and services we think you'll enjoy. You hate getting dropped by that new guy on the Los Alamos road - let's see, he crests the hill about 30 seconds in front of you, so...
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A bit off wind, that would drop considerably eve though it was a loop- you would think you would get back on the down wind what you lost on the up wind... On my commute my rolling average with lots of braking and accelerating, is a good mph or two lower than training rides further, but quieter roads with race pace being another mph or two higher; cyclo-cross and off-road is completely terrain dependent so your mileage really will vary enormously.
The clothing gear was developed to cut through the wind. I've found over the course of about 6-months of riding, my average speed over long rides is around the average of my shorter rides I'm classifying "long" as around 150-200km, and "short" as maybe 30-80km.
Watch the world record cycle below: James Witts 27 Aug 2018. You can also enter values for time, energy expenditure, or weight loss - your ride distance will be adjusted to match.(OFFICIAL) Eric Barone - 223,30 km/h (138.752 mph) - World mountain bike speed record - VSC 2015
Whether you should go anaerobic up that short hill? This compared to 1,943 for Bradley Wiggins in second and 1,725 for Jakob Fuglsang in 10th.
However, factors such as temperature, barometric pressure, humidity and altitude affect air density, with density reducing the higher up you are. About 60 miles - oops! There are 0 comments. Technically the common road surface is "asphalt concrete" composed of tar thick oil and aggregates, but typically only engineers use that term. Learn More.