Zwift, Bkool splitter chat :)

Joffey

Guru
Location
Yorkshire
Extra sweat 😰 points...???
I caused local flooding with all the sweat flowing out of the garage xx(
 

Spartak

Powered by M&M's
Location
Bristolian
Does no-one want to race with me? 😢 Even Mr Wilson, an A if ever I've seen one, wants to race with the Bs!
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If you don't finish 1st in your category then questions will be asked.... 😂
 

Legs

Guru
I did the later race in Central Park because I was still finishing off a few things for work at 8:45. :sad:
Completely mistimed my sprint 'effort', but I was happy to survive the race in the front group without getting dropped!
 

Norry1

Guru
Location
Warwick
I'm riding with my Bro on Saturday and for all you fans of Simon Warren's 100 Climbs, we'll be taking in this little beauty..

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Should be fun on my SystemSix :biggrin:

Also be interesting to see how Ian's e-Bike deals with the 30% gradients.
Well as expected, that climb was a brute. It sucks you in, being a bit easier at the start, and as the description says - it just gets harder and harder. My SystemSix gearing (36:30) wasn't ideal and at the steepest point I was almost falling off as I was going so slowly. I got through it and in the end I beat the traget time I'd set myself. Unfortunately I left my Garmin at home so I have no power or HR data :stop: Dickhead.

Ian had to dismount at the steepest part, so the e-bike didn't quite make it. Apparently the amount of assist is driven by an increase in cadence?? This is a bit counter-intuitive as when climbing in your easiest gear, your cadence will drop as you start struggling. Anyone know if there is a way around this?

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Whorty

Cat C Sandbagger .... but keep it to yourselves!
Location
Wiltshire
Well as expected, that climb was a brute. It sucks you in, being a bit easier at the start, and as the description says - it just gets harder and harder. My SystemSix gearing (36:30) wasn't ideal and at the steepest point I was almost falling off as I was going so slowly. I got through it and in the end I beat the traget time I'd set myself. Unfortunately I left my Garmin at home so I have no power or HR data :stop: Dickhead.

Ian had to dismount at the steepest part, so the e-bike didn't quite make it. Apparently the amount of assist is driven by an increase in cadence?? This is a bit counter-intuitive as when climbing in your easiest gear, your cadence will drop as you start struggling. Anyone know if there is a way around this?

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I do like the description of the 4th segment above :laugh:
 
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