Best Bike Split will be back at Kona in full force with analysis of the race on IronmanLIVE, as well as interviews with race favorites and of course some fun bike predictions. We will be monitoring the weather and checking out which athletes are on new equipment to refine our predictions right up to race day. This year we are fortunate enough to have some inside knowledge from pros, so you can look forward to great interviews and content all week long.
|Athlete||TSS||Watts/kg||Avg. Watts||Avg. Speed||Bike Split|
|Sebastian Kienle||253||3.87||282.71 watts||25.6 mph||04:23:26||View Plan|
|Lionel Sanders||248||3.91||292.65 watts||25.3 mph||04:26:30||View Plan|
|Jan Frodeno||265||3.64||272.41 watts||25.28 mph||04:26:48||View Plan|
|Joe Skipper||276||3.69||284.72 watts||25.24 mph||04:27:08||View Plan|
|Daniela Ryf||284||3.81||224.50 watts||23.01 mph||04:53:04||View Plan|
|Melissa Hauschildt||269||3.79||197.05 watts||22.34 mph||05:01:55||View Plan|
|Meredith Kessler||276||3.42||198.82 watts||22.25 mph||05:03:07||View Plan|
|Heather Wurtel||275||3.05||207.31 watts||21.88 mph||05:08:12||View Plan|
For those of you who want to try out the Kona Best Bike Split model for yourself we have a demo race plan that allows you to change the power, weight and approximate aerodynamic drag to match your own stats. You can see what power you would need for a specific time or what type of time you could achieve with your power by checking out the Kona demo race plan.