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its ronaldo so goes without saying hes a cheat :lol:
yes we do rules are rules; you dont have to take part if you dont like it. there is always riding outside
seb/dom from a personal view:- 1) if your on a dd turbo you should be using that to power zwift 2) power meters that read from crank/pedals should be dual reading only its clear from the fusion races that a lot of the flat races are coming down to mass sprints; from the data i am seeing there can be...
fusion may be "compulsory" but loads racing in that wont be dual reading (including myself, but i can supply IRL data that backs up my performances on zwift) suspect many will be still using wheel on trainers too (i know of someone who enters who is on a vortex). will take some time to sort out i su...
trust your neo, if you want PM data then buy some dual reading pedals
sean, it should be done on percent; so say 5% tolerance on a 20 min power ave or an hour ave if the race last that long. so if 20 min ave was 300 watts; 5 % is 15 so gives 315. one would expect PM and turbo to be within that range. One thing i am noticing is that nearly every rider is using the high...
believe me i soooo wanted it to be wrong but knew deep down it wasnt :)
Dom down to you as an individual, some riders will be honest some wont. for me id like mine to be within 2% as that is what one should lose through the drive train, pedals (P1 duo) in IRL and neo for zwift. Very good fit between the two, unlike my crank based system which only measured one leg and g...
Mr Hodges top effort with the new feature
simple answer; tar