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Just W/KG or am I an aero brick?
I did a duathlon yesterday. 12 mile ride tucked between 2x2mile runs. The bike was 3 laps and each lap had two short (under 45 seconds), punchy climbs and one longer descent. Looking at my buddies data vs mine, it seems like I should have gone faster on the bike looking at power numbers:
Friend: 165lbs, 23 mph ave speed, 240 watts average power, 267 normalized power
Me: 190 lbs, 21.7 mph ave speed, 310 watt average power, 304 normalized power
Understanding the contributing differences/margins of error in the PM's (his a Pioneer/mine P1's), does that look all that out of whack to any of you? I am really just looking for excuses to say it's not the weight so I can keep eating like a monster. The Norm Watt/KG is basically even between the two.