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The industry will soon push 28mm to replace 25mm just as it pushed 25mm to replace 23mm, mark my fucking words.
>b-but my bike came with 23mm, and I swapped to 25mm when you told me 25mm is fastest, now you say I need 28mm? oy vey, I don't have enough clearance, so now I need to buy a whole new bike, because these narrow tires just aren't fast enough! Here's my 6 million shekels rabbi, now give me that fast shiny new 28mm bike! Oh what's what? I need a fat bike too, cause 5" is just as fast as 25mm? Okay here's more shekels, I'll take a fatbike too! And I'll win all those cat 6s against roadies on this new fat bike!
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sup /n/, just wondering for those of you that actually take road cycling seriously enough to analyse statistics, what's your most impressive power output.
Now I don't have a powermeter bc I can't be fucked spending money on new cranks, but I use Strava's inbuilt power estimator.
This is my most impressive climb ever, it was like 3 days before a 2 day tour and I think I averaged 4.85w/kg over ~20 minutes.
Anyway, what kind of power can you guys hold, do you do train using power meters to maintain a stable cadence?
Basically I'm interested in what kinds of power people can maintain and their weights