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The problem with your assumptions is that you assume wattage increases directly with weight. That's far from true. Yes, heavier riders can often create more power, but there comes a point where more power is physiologically impossible. There are many lightweight zwifters who can do 4.5-5 or more w/...
Bearing in mind most racers only put max effort in for 5% of the time it seems odd doesn’t it?
But the lower the setting the faster you can push downhills. So for training and TT events I run 100%, for races normally 30%.
Does Zwift actually police anything at all?
I get the same error message just for info
Ned Bowen wrote:
Sun May 19, 2019 3:51 am
Here are imgur albums showing Rider Height vs. Finishing Position and Rider Weight vs. Elapsed Time for the same races as above.

https://imgur.com/a/sKVWuTm

https://imgur.com/a/1ojbvrc
Thanks Ned, interesting stuff.
Has he been eating raw chicken? Haha.
Haha, brilliant.
Always race up, everyone is right here. Learning to pick where to burn matches is also key on Zwift.
Those lines look pretty level, good to see. It would appear people are confusing lack of mass with lack of effort. :roll:

Can you do similar graphs with height vs position to check that too? Great stuff thanks for putting the time in.

I love looking at stuff like this.