This feature creates a forecasted or historical weather map for multiple points along the course based on both location and time. With advanced weather athletes and coaches can really start to factor changing weather conditions into race day planning.
The Time Analysis tool gives athletes and coaches the ability to vary Power, Drag, Weight and/or Rolling Resistance for any BBS model run and see the estimated impact to the overall race as well as per segment in real time.
The Race Analytics tool estimates aerodynamic drag (CdA), verifies power meter data, extracts yaw angles, displays weather data and more all from your race or ride files. Simply select your bike and course data in the drop downs then upload a recent ride file.
The Peak Power Chart shows the mean max average power values across different times for the race model. When compared to an actual peak power or power duration curve this data can be used to help set any power limitations in the advanced settings section.
Follow your Best Bike Split Power and Speed Targets on the Wahoo ELEMNT as they are displayed in real time along the course on race day. Don't leave your race plan at home on race day!
When you pair a Wahoo ELEMNT with Best Bike Split integration to your KICKR you can pre-train any race plan with the most accurate simulation available. Besides just elevation changes you will feel the effects of wind, rolling resistance, weight and aerodynamic drag.
This calculator takes specific measurements about your body and position on the bike to help refine your drag profile. This calculator can be a powerful tool to show the aerodynamic and time value of a good bike fit.
The cheat sheet breaks the course into scenarios with power targets for each based on your goal targets and course/weather conditions. Many of our Pros and Members use the cheat sheet exclusively on race day.
Use the Power Target Model to plan the optimal power pacing for a race based on a target Normalized Power or Intensity Factor taking specific course conditions and personal equipment into account.
The Goal Time Model allows you to determine the minimum power needed to hit a certain time on a specific course, set new power targets for training or even to make sure you know what power is needed to make the bike cut off time.
Use the Training Stress Score Model to plan the optimal race power strategy for the bike to ensure that you have energy for a solid run based on a Training Stress Score from previous good performances.
Use the race plan yaw angle distribution chart to gain insight into your ideal race day equipment and potential future purchases.
Download your race plan and import it into any popular race analysis site such as TrainingPeaks, Strava or Garmin Connect to compare it against your actual race.
Execute on race day with on course power instructions using Garmin Power Courses or TCX Power Routes with many popular GPS devices.
This chart shows you the percentage of race time you will spend in each road gradient range based on your goal targets and the terrain on the course.
Compare multiple race plans to determine the pacing differences of using different equipment, pushing more or less power, hitting a certain goal time or targeting a specific Training Stress Score.