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    Map:WMRT - Pearre Rd. to Hancock (15%-28%)
    End Time: December 31 2014, 1:26am
    Physics Mode: FTP-handicapped
    Race Name:Enid Bike Shop Crit Style Tuesday
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    bdebray I think that I just took a year off of my life! What a sufferfest! Pretty cool having such a big group at the end.December 30 2014, 8:39pm
    enidwebjim Less Climb then I thought. Fast ride! Great participation.December 30 2014, 8:44pm
    arthare This was really the ideal outcome for an FTP ride: a bunch of long-time riders with well-estimated FTPs makes for very close racing. I can't believe it came down to a 10-person sprint.December 30 2014, 8:44pm
    arthare And if anyone has any Strava oddness, let me know. My strava data already posted, heartrate and all :-)December 30 2014, 8:45pm
    arthare [note that heartrate posting is with an experimental build, not everyone has it yet]December 30 2014, 8:45pm
    SLY Strava posted for meDecember 30 2014, 8:47pm
    thomascfurman What I meant to say was, Art, thanks for creating the FTP mode. Then thanks to Micah and Jennifer for setting up this one (right?).December 30 2014, 8:53pm
    KCTri Did you guys do a massive sprint off the line? I switched to 1st person view and it is much harder to get a race pack view. I did 40-50 watts above ftp for the first 2 laps once you got away and could not get to the front pack. Flipped to the non-ftp ride and it died 1/2 way through. Just wasn't my night. I will be on my toes at the beginning next time. December 30 2014, 8:54pm
    enidwebjim Strava has been loading for us. We are riding multiple Computrainers with seperate Strava accounts and so far so good.December 30 2014, 8:55pm
    enidwebjim Well sort of... Big Jimmy sets them up for The Bike Shop in Enid, Oklahoma. Micah and Jenniffer own the bike shop. I am kind of their personal IT guy.December 30 2014, 8:58pm
    MattVon how does one interpret % over ftp in a ftp handicap race?December 30 2014, 9:11pm
    fldescam I did the race with rollers... Man, this was tough!!!!December 30 2014, 9:11pm
    arthare The %FTP given is based on their estimated FTP pre-race. So someone that did 105% worked at 105% of their pre-ride FTP. It makes more sense if you think of a 10-minute or 20-minute ride where people might really be able to hammer.December 30 2014, 9:23pm
    rollmodels This was my first tour de giro race, what a riot. Will definitely be back for more. Great job everyone ! December 30 2014, 9:50pm
    arthare Finally, a congrats to TF for winning the points classification. I was putting up a fight for the first half, but once the groups merged together at halfway I couldn't make it to the front each lap.December 30 2014, 10:03pm
    MattVon I'm curious about the rationale for allow a user to have multiple aliases, each with their own FTP, that seems confusing to me.December 30 2014, 10:12pm
    arthare For me, it lets me have one for each power device I use, thus letting me not have to care that my kickr reads 20W high. For others (enid), it's so that they can have one account that is used/shared by 5-6 people. For others (SLY), it's so that husband/wife can use the same account. For other, it's so they can have one alias for easy workouts, one for hard workouts.December 30 2014, 11:18pm
    litespeedmarc_CT this was great. i need to learn to suck it up more & get better at suffering!!December 31 2014, 12:14am
    MattVon I've spent the last week on a bike with a Quarq crank PM and the kickr. Basically confirmed my suspicions that the kickr reads about 5w higher, but it is very consistent. This, however, is similar to differences I've seen on bikes I've ridden with crank and hub based PM's. I think wahoo does/did have quality control issue with some of their units.December 31 2014, 8:37am
    Justin Rogers I have doen this for PT, Quark, Vectors and stages. Stages and Quark read higher than PT and Vectors, close to Kickr. PT was the lowest out of all. Bottom line is not one of these companies has the same power readings as the other. Who is the "right" power reading??? End of the day it doesnt matter as long as your training and testing is done using the same power meter.December 31 2014, 8:54am
    MattVon Yeah, I wouldn't even expect that they would all read the same. I think it's just an issue with online racing where people are competing on watts. December 31 2014, 9:45am
    arthare It's not really even an issue online - My kickr reads 15-20W high, but it doesn't affect the integrity of the race. It's like you're racing 2012 Art instead of fat 2014 Art. Tactics are still valid. There are much lower-hanging ways to cheat (weight manipulation) than by picking the trainer that reads the highest.December 31 2014, 10:03am
    arthare I might do a bit of a stats post on facebook later today, comparing what can be compared between powermeter types.December 31 2014, 10:06am
    MattVon I just want to know how badly someone would beat me in the real world........December 31 2014, 10:23am
    wheelzQC Best thing you can do is calibrate your powermeter/Kickr. I don't have a wahoo but you probably have steps to follow. I have a Quarq and like it because you can calibrate it with a known (precise) weight. That's a way to make all your powermeters read the same, but I don't think all companies will let you calibrate your unit.December 31 2014, 10:32am
    wheelzQC Lol @ litespeedMarc about learning to suffer... it doesn't show up here, but you're much stronger outside and your ARE the definition of suffering. Freak of nature.December 31 2014, 10:32am
    wheelzQC I didn't race and I still get interested in what happened...damn TDG ! @ MattVon, there's only one way to find out :) December 31 2014, 10:37am
    Justin Rogers All power meters can and must be calibrated regularly but different brands will all read different power Wheelz. No "standard" measure of power.December 31 2014, 11:48am
    MattVon I'm a bit OCD on calibration, I'll admit, but I'm in a twelve step program for that now. I got the calibration kit from Wahoo... not sure it made any difference..December 31 2014, 3:01pm
    Justin Rogers Email them. Every claibration done on a KICKr goes to them. To be 5watts over is no biggie though. It's 5w higher than your quarq. Which system is the right one? Quarq only reads on leg. KICKr reads from the drive train but what lost in chain friction etc??? In the end use your quaq as your number. Once calibrated hit lap on KICKr and quarq ajust the KICKr acordingly. December 31 2014, 3:49pm
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    Results by: Time Drafting Percentage
    Individual Points: Sprint
    Team Points: Sprint
    Lap Data: Top Lap Times