Good kind of work!
106.3 miles in a moving time of 3hrs 56 mins?
@Karan, these are Pro's riding in a giant peloton, as fast as they can, it's fast, get used to it, the fact that it was a flat stage help too.
ZOOM ZOOM!!! nice
Nice season opener Ted! Wish I could average 27.0 @ 223W. Awesome. Ride on!
Nice way to open season Ted. Wish I could average 27.0 @ 223W. Awesome... Ride on!
Fascinating to look at the speeds and power around those last few corners as the trains do their work. Thanks!
He averaged 175 watts, this was a recovery ride!
Shame Sagan couldnt get a podium finish after all the work from the liquigas boys.
Who's Liquigas? CANNONDALE yo.
Team Cannondale 1st after stage 1.
Apologies Ted, force of habit. In my defence your profile pic does still have liquigas on it, and i watched the race during a lecture so didn't have commentators to remind me of new sponsor changes.
Ted, what kind of power measurement system are you using?
Thanks for sharing your data! Are you the only rider in San Luis on Strava? Looks like it.
@Paul Anders, http://www.cannondaleprocycling.com/2013-sponsorssponsors/
...as in, SRM
Wow, largest downhill Last 107.6 km Avg Grade -0.4% Elev Difference -413 m Elev Gain 105 m Elapsed Time 02:12:11 Resting Time 00:00:00 Average Speed 48.8 km/h Power 188
Nice ride Ted. Any Euro tours this year?
Final 53 miles downhill. No wonder it was so quick!!!
Ted, how do you feel after a ride like this? (No texting while riding please).
@Dave, no time to feel tired just yet. It's stage 1 of a 7 day race! I feel strong like ox.