- May 14, 2010
Respect to Durbridge. Great ride.
The home stretch should be a lot more exposed to the wind than the out stretch, and at that part there is headwind. This was what a Danish rider said earlier at least. And the wind was apparently the lowest when Hepburn did his last homestretch. Take from that what you will. *shrug*Moondance said:On a circuit the wind doesn't play a massive difference.
Faster than Hepburn and Vorobev at the first split and then finishing almost a minute behind.theyoungest said:Don't forget the Dutchies! All riders (i.e. two) in the top-10.
And Hamelink truly collapsed, right Dekker_T?
Again, that's not what I call a collapse. Or you expected him to win this thing?Dekker_Tifosi said:Faster than Hepburn and Vorobev at the first split and then finishing almost a minute behind.
Yeah I can't see that as a collapse
Its too hard to admit you are wrong this time, theyoungest??
No I didn't. That's why I said I expected him to collapse after being faster at the first split than medal candidates as Vorobev and Hepburn. He can't keep the pace of that level of guys.theyoungest said:Again, that's not what I call a collapse. Or you expected him to win this thing?
I don't know how (watts) this works but from the way he said it may be he reached that at max power output or is it a cumulative total?El Pistolero said:Average for the whole course?
I know Cancellara once did 565 watts average for 8km at a Tour prologue.