- What is a good FTP for a cyclist?
- What is the average FTP of a pro cyclist?
- What is a reasonable FTP?
- How fast is Cavendish sprint?
- How many watts does the average cyclist put out?
- How many watts does Mark Cavendish produce?
- How do cyclists build sustained power?
- Is 200 watts good cycling?
- What was Lance Armstrong’s FTP?
- What’s a good watts per kg?
- What is a good watts per kg?
- What is a decent FTP score?

## What is a good FTP for a cyclist?

How do you go about improving FTP?ZonePercentage of FTPUse for256-75%Long, endurance rides376-90%Tempo rides aimed at improving endurance at high effort491-105%8-30 mintue intervals focused on improving FTP5106-120%3-8 minute ‘V02 max’ intervals3 more rows•Mar 23, 2020.

## What is the average FTP of a pro cyclist?

Men’s pro pelotonRiderFTP (w)W/KGBradley Wiggins4405.30Tom Dumoulin4316.25Ben Swift4306.14Tejay van Garderen4255.9075 more rows•Apr 17, 2020

## What is a reasonable FTP?

47% of people have an FTP below 3.2W/kg. 45% of people have an FTP of 3.4W/kg or more. 8% of people have an FTP between 3.2W/kg and 3.4W/kg.

## How fast is Cavendish sprint?

I counted the pedal strokes Cavendish put in there, and if he’s in a 53×11 I would guess he’s doing between 40-44 mph, 45 would be over my estimate. With a lead out usually in the upper 40 mph range (47, 48, 49 mph).

## How many watts does the average cyclist put out?

310 wattsAn average cyclist can produce an average of 310 watts in 7.5 minutes. Professional cyclists can produce even more. There is a whole array of things you can do with 310 watts of power.

## How many watts does Mark Cavendish produce?

If you fancy yourself as more of a sprinter than a climber, then German powerhouse André Greipel has been recorded to peak at more than 1,900W during a sprint and can hold an average in excess of 1,000W for 30 seconds. The more aerodynamic Mark Cavendish has been said to hit around 1,600W in the charge to the line.

## How do cyclists build sustained power?

5 Simple Ways to Increase Bike PowerRide in bigger gears. Riding in bigger gears at the same cadence in a particular set of conditions makes for a consistently higher power output. … Ride uphill. … Ride into headwinds. … Use block training. … Follow the 75-percent rule.

## Is 200 watts good cycling?

Most pro cyclists produce about 200 to 300 watts on average during a four-hour tour stage. The recreational rider, on the other hand, might be only able to sustain this wattage during a 45-minute or hour-long spin class.

## What was Lance Armstrong’s FTP?

The disgraced cyclist who had his seven Tour de France titles stripped rode 115 miles in 5 hours and 52 minutes, averaging 31.5 kph (19.6mph) and climbing 1579m (5182ft) over the rolling roads west of Austin. Armstrong wrote on Twitter, “6 hours/115 miles in miserable weather with @lawsoncraddock.

## What’s a good watts per kg?

Table: Power-to-weight ratio/watts per kilogram for a range of rider weights and power outputs120w300w75kg1.64.080kg1.53.885kg1.43.590kg1.33.37 more rows•Feb 3, 2020

## What is a good watts per kg?

Here are the categories that they recommend you race based on your FTP data and watts per kilogram. The Zwift C category (next from the bottom) says that you should be able to ride at the level between 2.5 to 3.1 w/kg. If you want to succeed in the A category, you’ll need to be able to hit 4.0 w/kg or better.

## What is a decent FTP score?

Average recreational cyclists would be about 2.5-3.0 Watts/Kg for FTP. People who race regularly may be 3.0-3.75. You get above 3.75-4.25 and those are local elite racers. Anything over 4.25 is domestic pro and it goes up from there.