Data is the most important when dealing with a cycling powermeter, am I right?
We, at Avio, give you all the information that you need and want with your powermeter for you to progress. That’s the main outcome, isn’t it?
So we’ve perfected the greatest powermeter, (that can connect to all the most popular training software) and lets you view your whole ride in while riding and in graphical form after you finish your ride.
Not only this, you can also view all the basic info like distance and miles per hour as well as more in-depth information such as average power for different parts of your ride and you can view the time spent in your power-based training zones and the total work performed in kilojoules
Power Meters also show the workload you’re putting out, or how hard you’re pushing down, so they are massively helpful to measure and track your ever-improving progress over time.
This is particularly helpful as you can use this info and data to your advantage and work out your strengths and weaknesses and use them to get better at what you already do best.
To make sure your data is correct and you’re training at the right level, make sure you calibrate your power meter regularly. Our instruction manual will tell you how to do this properly, we also have plenty of material on our website – here
There’s plenty more to talk about regarding data and how it’s recorded and used, but we’ll save that for a much longer blog post. For now, read up on Power Curves.
We all hope this helps!
‘Til next time…
The Avio Team
*To go back to “5 Reasons to train with an Avio PowerSense” – Click here