More features this week. Sit back and relax while viewing the twists and turns of your forecast with Point Player; report and bewarned of hazards on your routes with the Community hazard system and more. Community Hazard system – this is a big update that we hope you will find useful. It is still being … Continue reading “Latest updates – 9th July 2018”
I have some big leaps in functionality for you this week. Including the new Point Info popup that gives you a point by point view of the forecasted conditions and your past performances. Plus a new Chart showing when and how much you braked, plus the option to remove braking points from your CdA calculation. … Continue reading “Latest Updates – 26th June 2018”
This week we have a few updates that we hope you will enjoy.
When you return from your aero field test it is important that you can have confidence in your results. Not all field tests will go well, it’s disappointing, but better to acknowledge a bad test than make poor choices. Aero field testing is available to all Premium members with power meter data by simply viewing … Continue reading “Aero Testing, having confidence in your results”
Your CdA is measuring too high or low This is a common one and usually simply resolved or explained. These are the possibilities You are using ‘Loop’ mode. ‘Loop’ mode requires minimal braking to be a true calculation of your CdA. For general riding ‘Dirty’ mode is more suitable as this attempts to filter out … Continue reading “Troubleshooting CdA”
Discover your CdA, how aerodynamic you are, from past races. myWindsock can analyse all of your Strava Activities, Segment Efforts or uploaded TCX file from your power meter data. To use the features described you will require Premium membership and power meter, learn more about Premium. IMPORTANT: Please ensure you disable Auto Pause on your … Continue reading “Extracting CdA from a Time Trial”
A very quick overview of aero testing with your Premium account. To use Loops Mode for field testing from your activity go to > Aero and then change the mode to ‘Loops’.
Find each stage of the Santos Tour Down Under preloaded for easy access. Each stage has a full forecast giving you a powerful insight into the action. What to look for Echelons. Purple wind lines when the winds are strong offer the potential for echelons to be formed. The heat. 30 plus degrees centigrade temperatures … Continue reading “Santos Tour Down Under”
During the Winter months your may notice that your wWatts (weather watts) are higher than those you have been seen in the Summer. The main reason for this is Air Density. Colder temperatures bring us higher Air Densities, which means greater air resistance. What is Air Density? Air Density is the mass of air in … Continue reading “Why are wWatts higher in the Winter?”
Premium members can now start using the new Dashboard View. This provides an overview of the weather you have ridden in. There are many charts available including Highest Average Windspeed, Wettest Rides and Hottest and Coldest temperatures. This is currently a Beta release and therefore we are expecting some troubleshooting. If you would like to … Continue reading “New Dashboard View”