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i love it! Strava on MSR!
One word. WOW
that is EPIC!!!! wow
Awesome to see! Pretty damn humbling in fact! Thanks for sharing.
lots of gelato in store today ;)!
HOLY SHIET! That's PRO!
Thanks for sharing!
Amazing ride! Would love to see power and HR numbers on a ride like this.
no wonder Cav was dropped ... that is some serious wattage and VAM!
You gotta be cooked!
Whooooooooooooooa - that is superhuman! Great work! And yes - that's what I call pro!
You deserve a truckload of FRITES!
no heart rate? thanks for this. unbelievable that we sportivistos can have access to info like this
Thanks for uploading MSR onto Strava! An epic ride by you for an epic race! Keep on rocking man and one of those KOM's and PR will be a podium! Looking forward to seeing your PODIUM Strava ride!
Taylor....I see you burned 10,000 calories at this race!! Was just curious...what do you eat the night before (and how much) and during the race to keep that much fuel in your body??
I'm pretty much unable to wrap my head around this. Totally insane.
190 miles is one sitting? Eaowwww-za
Solid ride! it is great to see a full on professional's ride on Strava. Very solid ride, makes us Amature's look a little silly but anyway, great to see.
These power estimates are rubbish. 2hrs over 450W, no chance.
thanks for sharing!!
Wellllll time to sell my bike and take up a new hobby.
re hippy hippy
chances are these are not estimates - they should be off of a power meter. actual measured watts. here's the winners info http://www.cyclingtips.com.au/2012/03/gerros-milan-san-remo-power-analysis/
@Martin S: The link that you posted basically contradicts your own claim that these are measured watts.
These are the Strava estimates...450 Watts for 2 hours would be absurd (in comparison, Gerrans output just over 200 Watts for the entire 7 hours). I understand that Gerrans weighs about 15 kgs less than Phinney, and the race's average pace isn't the same as the pace over 2 hours, but that doesn't account for a 250 Watt difference. These estimates are also skewed because Phinney's ride file says he climbed over 13000 feet, whereas Gerrans's states the actual elevation of the course was closer to 6900 feet.
Thanks a million for posting this Taylor, what a blast!
The Strava power estimate formula is designed for a solo rider, so it's inaccurate when riding in the peloton (or if it's windy, etc). It doesn't matter though, speed doesn't lie!
10 X Tripple Whoppers with cheese!!