These days different kind of powermeters have found their way into the mainstream cycling scene. The prices and quality of the different devices vary so much that it’s hard to make up what is suitable for who. Most tests focus on precision but not so often the test focus on the climate in which cyclists need to train. For me it’s quite impossible to train with a powermeter because I train outside with temperatures down to -20C and with different kind of bikes. I hope soon there will be a device on the market which will solve my problem.
Power to weight ratio is the new magic and it makes a lot of sense. Focussing on quality and not quantity is also a big part if this philosophy but more about that in some future posts.
Guess who trains with a powermeter?