Tour de Grove 2010 Heartrate data

June 17, 2010 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

My Garmin has just finally dried off enough for me to connect it to the computer and download the Tour de Grove heartrate data. I’ve been having problems with the Garmin in the rain — and it definitely rained as you can tell by the goofy altitude readings at the end of the race.

  1. Lots of short lived breaks and maybe one temporary field split
  2. The field split leaving less than 30 riders in the race
  3. Steady, easy part of the race as Jelly Belly led the chase
  4. The self-neutralized field after Jelly Belly crashed at the front of the group
  5. The fast finishing laps in the midst of a large thunderstorm
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Tour de Grove 2010 Race Report 2010 Giro d’Grafton race report and heartrate data

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Anaerobic Threshold:
Power:315 watts
Heart rate:180 bpm
Maximums:
Power:1097 watts (5s)
Heart rate:198 bpm (5s)
AT power estimated by critical power curve in Golden Cheetah, which predicts I should be able to maintain 315 watts for 1 hour.

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