Unlock your power meter’s full potential

Imagine a world where every pedal stroke you take not only captures data on your cycling performance but also unveils deeper insights into your future rides. With myWindsock’s revolutionary weather modeling technology, your power meter’s data becomes a gateway to enhanced weather forecasts and performance insights.

Unveiling the Power of Weather Modeling

At the heart of myWindsock lies its advanced weather modeling capabilities. By combining cutting-edge artificial intelligence algorithms with real-time weather data, myWindsock creates a comprehensive picture of atmospheric conditions specifically tailored to the locations and routes where you ride. But what sets myWindsock apart is its unique integration with your power meter data, elevating the weather modeling process to new heights.

The Marriage of Power Meter Data and Weather Modeling

myWindsock analyzes your performance data with key external factors like wind, temperature, and elevation. This sport specific analysis enhances its weather models, resulting in highly accurate forecasts customized for your unique cycling conditions.

Unlocking your Aerodynamics

The true magic happens when myWindsock leverages the power of your power meter data and refined weather models to provide aerodynamic insights. Using your power meter to improve your aerodynamics is the single biggest return on your investment.

The benefits of Premium

Enhance your rides by adding aerodynamics analysis to every Strava activity or uploaded file. Benefit from AI-powered forecasting, leveraging your past data to plan and optimize future activities. Gain valuable insights and improve your performance as you ride faster and explore new horizons. Embrace myWindsock’s features and unlock the full potential of your cycling experience.

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Author: Ben Norbury

Ben Norbury is four times Manchester & District Middle Distance and Best All Rounder Time Trial Champion from 2016-2019. During this time he developed software to eliminate uncertainty of the weather conditions out of his pre-race preparation.