Tour of Romandie facts and numbers
Data from my SRM
Lady’s and Gents, for those of you who are all about the numbers, facts and figures, (or just enjoy browsing) I give to you my data from the recent Tour of Romandie. It took me quite a while to compile all this, so please let me know what you think and don’t tell me that you beat my numbers. I may get sad!
Prologue- Unfortunately no SRM numbers from this day as I don’t run a SRM on my TT bike. I came in at 22nd place and after discussing it with some other riders that had a SRM, I can gestimate that I would of averaged around 450 watts, give or take. It was an average speed of around 58kph. After running 3rd last year I must say I was slightly disappointed with today’s results.
Stage 1, 185km, 5hrs 5min
-Normalized ave power, 288 watts.
-Peak Power, 1200 watts (no sprint)
-2700m of elevation gain
-Done a PB of 412watts for 12 minutes on the final climb after 150km of racing.
Stage 2- 158km, 4hr 15min
-Normalized ave power, 285 watts.
-Peak Power, 1064 watts (no sprint)
-2196m of elevation gain
Stage 3- 161km, 4hr 30min. (Went in the break away today with 4 other guys)
-Normalized ave power, 305 watts.
-First 30min of racing establishing gap on peleton. Ave 371 watts.
Last 1hr of racing, ave power, 326 watts.
-Peak power, 1165 watts
-1977m of elevation gain.
Stage 4- 189km, 5hr 40min. (mountain stage)
-Normalized ave power, 262 watts
-Ave Heart Rate, 137bpm
-2600m elevation gain. (all in only 3 mountains)
Stage 5- 17km time trial, including a Cat 1 climb.
-Normalized ave power for 33min, 358 watts.
-Ave power for 16min climb, 380 watts.
Morning Body Weight- 71kg
Altitude gain- 10,529m
Peak 5min effort- 445 watts
Peak 10min effort- 421 watts
Peak 30min effort- 379 watts
Hope you enjoyed reading and comparing. As I said, it took me quite a while to put all this data together so I hope you enjoy and please any feedback is welcome.
Remember if you want any questions answered, my twitter is @leighhoward1 i’ll try and answer as many as possible.