Articles tagged with: garmin
Today, I’m re-posting from Velo News the recent article on Brim Brothers Zone power meter… A cycling power meter that installs on your cleats !!!! How awesome is that ???
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (VN) —The Brim Brothers Zone cleat-based power meter is now operational, and less than a year away from production. Engineer Barry Redmond gave VeloNews.com a short demo at Interbike, along with a few more details on form and function.
The Zone has come a long way since Interbike last year, when Redmond would only show us an unfinished-looking black …
Exciting news today !!!!!!!
Garmin just announced the release of the brand new pedal based power meter, the Vector.
I’ve talked about pedal based power meters (Brim Brother’s Zone) and now it’s the time for Garmin to step into the ring with an announcement.
The biggest advantage of a pedal based power meter is portability.
No matter where you are, if you travel and rent a bike, if you switch bikes, go onto a mountain bike, even go to a indoor cycling class, you’ll always have your power meter with you. This is HUGE …
If you’re like me, you have more than one device to use on your workouts. Most times, you only use one device, or if you use more then one device, you are only interested in the data from one of them.
I’ve had my trusted Giant OCR Touring bike for a while now… It’s an aluminum bike, made for touring. Very heavy bike (about 32 lbs), made for long rides on very rough roads. I use it very often on my rough rides.
This was my first road bike, and as …
I’m going to write a series of posts designed to discuss several approaches to objectively measure a training program. Most of these programs rely of electronic devices to measure a workout, be it with the use of heart rate monitor or a power meter in your bicycle.
Today, I’m focusing on the Training Effect (TE),
Measuring your heart rate during a workout will allow you to measure the intensity of the exercise. However, that will not tell you what is the impact that the workout has on your current fitness level.
During the …
Today, it was a new ride… well, rather an extension to a very well known ride.
The typical ride starts at the Warrenton gateway trail end at Old Meetze rd, and loops to Calverton, then Casanova… Today, I decided to add 10 miles, extending the ride until elk run rd.
The weather was still nice, but it was a bit nippy, sign that fall is coming toan end, and the cold days of winter are just around the corner…
This loop was done in solo Time Trial mode, and I tried to maintain …