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Old 06-16-21, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by PeteHski View Post
Might be worth getting a monthly subscription to BBS to answer your questions. One month would give you plenty of time to run through all the weather scenarios and fine tune all the setup parameters to get it super accurate. Iíve been using it to generate pacing plans for hilly century rides this year. Itís been spot on so far having followed the calibration tips for aero and tyre drag.
Yeah, I think if plan to do something like this I may mess around with BBS over a month. I didn't really plan anything for this other than the date since it was at the end of a rest week following a training block, plus I was visiting my parents who live near the century loop. I've also never really been one to hyperanalyze wind and speed and all that, I mainly like to focus on power targets, but it's been fun chasing the personal best and would be fun to see if I can outdo myself
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