Too short (< 20 min)
HUMAN performance

Antoine Vayer and Frédéric Portoleau are measuring performances with "radars" on the major climbs of each competition. The cyclists are supposed to ride almost 100% of their capacity.
A performance average can be calculate (only for last climb of stage, and with an effort > 20 minutes).
You'll find an example of a radar-zone in the section watt the fuck ?.
Please use these links to the different sections : Stages, Perfs, Articles.

Please select a competition:

Statistics by

Stages and Radars

#DateStage ClimbAverageArticle
#102015-07-14Tarbes - La Pierre-Saint-MartinPierre-Saint-Martin
#122015-07-16Lannemezan - le Plateau de BeillePlateau de Beille
#192015-07-24Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne - La ToussuireToussuire (stiff parts)
#202015-07-25Modane Valfréjus - L'Alpe d'HuezAlpe d'Huez

Performances (average competition)

#GC- CyclistPierre-Saint-MartinPlateau de BeilleToussuireAlpe d'HuezAverage Power 78kg-std
#1- Christopher Froome419412401408410
#2- Nairo Quintana406412404430413
#3- Alejandro Valverde396412383416402
#4- Vincenzo Nibali371412403397396
#5- Alberto Contador387412383394394
#6- Robert Gesink401402383394395
#9- Romain Bardet334379383394373
#16- Thibaut Pinot325412383408382

  Where do these data come from ?

Frédéric Portoleau, our "Watts expert" is doing all the power calculations. He started his times and watts measurements in 1988. The details of his work are available here.
Several chronos on the website have been measured by Vetooo, a finnish cycling fan. You can follow his activity on twitter here.
The threshold definition is done by Antoine Vayer.
"Not Normal ?", the magazine, has been created by Antoine Vayer, Stéphane Huby and Frédéric Portoleau.
Finally, the website is the work of team