Avg HR
168 BPM , 84%Max HR
187 BPM , 93.5%Route
BørsaberganDistance
69.6 kmExternal URL
http://www.bedriftssykkel.no/resultater/rute/148/Ascent
757 m (10.9 m/km)Descent
769 mMin altitude
1 mMax altitude
57 mStart time
6:31 p.m.Date
April 24, 2012Max Speed
62.0 km/hCalories
996 kcal (0.1 kg bodyfat)Avg Pedaling Cadence
83 RPMAvg Cadence
78 RPMMax Cadence
110 RPMAvg Pedaling Power
310 W 98.7% FTPAvg Power
71 WNormalized Power
216 WIntensity Factor
0.688TSS
57Max Power
848 WxPower
205 WxPower is an alternative to normalized power.
It's using a 25 sec Exponentially Weighted Moving Average instead of 30 second moving average to Address Variability:
A 30 second moving average (30s MA) does not account for the fact
that physiologic response to stress decays with an exponential rather than linear time
course. A logical / intuitive solution would be to address this with an algorithm that
provided an appropriate decay pattern. Theoretically, an exponentially weighted moving
average should provide a more realistic model. (This was in fact the initial basis for the
development of the xPower and BikeScore algorithms.) We selected a 25 second
exponentially weighted moving average (25s EWMA) based upon the fact that this should
track consistently with oxygen kinetics.
A comprehensive explanation of BikeScore/xPower can be found here: http://www.physfarm.com/bikescore.pdf
BikeScore is a trademark of Dr. Philip Friere Skiba, PhysFarm Training Systems LLC
Relative Intensity (RI)
0.7BikeScoreBikeScore is a proprietary unit designed to measure the overall training stress incurred by the athlete during any training period.
A 30 second moving average (30s MA) does not account for the fact
that physiologic response to stress decays with an exponential rather than linear time
course. A logical / intuitive solution would be to address this with an algorithm that
provided an appropriate decay pattern. Theoretically, an exponentially weighted moving
average should provide a more realistic model. (This was in fact the initial basis for the
development of the xPower and BikeScore algorithms.) We selected a 25 second
exponentially weighted moving average (25s EWMA) based upon the fact that this should
track consistently with oxygen kinetics.
It was was developed by Dr. Phil Skiba. A comprehensive explanation of BikeScore can be found here: http://www.physfarm.com/bikescore.pdf
BikeScore is a trademark of Dr. Philip Friere Skiba, PhysFarm Training Systems LLC
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BikeScore is a proprietary unit designed to measure the overall training stress incurred by the athlete during any training period.
A 30 second moving average (30s MA) does not account for the fact
that physiologic response to stress decays with an exponential rather than linear time
course. A logical / intuitive solution would be to address this with an algorithm that
provided an appropriate decay pattern. Theoretically, an exponentially weighted moving
average should provide a more realistic model. (This was in fact the initial basis for the
development of the xPower and BikeScore algorithms.) We selected a 25 second
exponentially weighted moving average (25s EWMA) based upon the fact that this should
track consistently with oxygen kinetics.
It was was developed by Dr. Phil Skiba. A comprehensive explanation of BikeScore can be found here: http://www.physfarm.com/bikescore.pdf
BikeScore is a trademark of Dr. Philip Friere Skiba, PhysFarm Training Systems LLC
Arti arti. Holdt på å ramle av på returen opp fra havna, men enten stoppa de, eller så var det mer guff i beina denne gangen, tok dem sakte men sikkert inn og kom tilogmed opp i kjedet igjen. Gikk vel bittelitt fortere enn ifjor.

Andreas Bach writes:
Arti arti. Holdt på å ramle av på returen opp fra havna, men enten stoppa de, eller så var det mer guff i beina denne gangen, tok dem sakte men sikkert inn og kom tilogmed opp i kjedet igjen. Gikk vel bittelitt fortere enn ifjor.
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Intervals
Zoom  Start  Duration  Length  Elevation  Speed  Avg power  FTP %  Avg power/kg  Max power  Avg HR  Avg cadence  Max cadence 

16:31, 0 km  01:12:38  48.4 km  +317/311 m  39.6 km/h  75 W  23.9%  0.8 W/kg  848 W  84.5%  83 RPM  110 RPM 
Time in power zones
Zone  Duration  % 

1 (0%  55%)  58 minutes 43 seconds  80.8% 
2 (55%  75%)  1 minute 48 seconds  2.5% 
3 (75%  90%)  2 minutes 18 seconds  3.2% 
4 (90%  105%)  2 minutes 13 seconds  3.1% 
5 (105%  121%)  1 minute 58 seconds  2.7% 
6 (121%  150%)  3 minutes 26 seconds  4.7% 
7 (150%   2 minutes 1 second  2.8% 
Time in HR zones
Zone  Duration  % 

0 (0%  60%)  23 seconds  0.5% 
1 (60%  72%)  3 minutes 22 seconds  4.6% 
2 (72%  82%)  17 minutes 32 seconds  24.1% 
3 (82%  87%)  22 minutes 38 seconds  31.2% 
4 (87%  92%)  27 minutes 28 seconds  37.8% 
5 (92%  97%)  1 minute 4 seconds  1.5% 
Percentage of time spent in different HR, colored by zones
Power distribution
Cadence distribution
Speed distribution
Name  Start  Length  Ascent  %  Duration  Speed  Avg power  Est power  W/kg  VAM  Category  Avg HR 

34.0 km  2.0 km  43 m  2.2 %  03:46  31.6 km/h  377.8 W  4.2 W/kg  85% 
Zoom  Duration  Power  Avg power/kg  Start  Length  Elevation 

Zoom  Duration  Speed  Start  Length  Elevation 

5 seconds  61.2 km/h  22.2 km  85 m  +0 / 3 m  
10 seconds  60.8 km/h  22.2 km  169 m  +0 / 4 m  
30 seconds  56.9 km/h  12.8 km  474 m  +0 / 16 m  
1 minute  53.9 km/h  12.7 km  898 m  +0 / 24 m  
4 minutes  47.1 km/h  12.5 km  3140 m  +9 / 46 m  
5 minutes  46.1 km/h  12.3 km  3842 m  +10 / 48 m  
10 minutes  43.9 km/h  12.5 km  7309 m  +36 / 79 m  
20 minutes  41.4 km/h  34.3 km  13.8 km  +75 / 81 m  
30 minutes  41.1 km/h  27.5 km  20.5 km  +119 / 143 m  
1 hour  40.0 km/h  8.1 km  40.0 km  +285 / 283 m 