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
#62019-07-11Mulhouse - La Planche de Belles FillesPlanche des Belles Filles - summit 2019
#122019-07-18Toulouse - Bagnères-de-BigorreHourquette d'Ancizan
#142019-07-20Tarbes - Tourmalet (Barèges)Tourmalet - West side
#152019-07-21Limoux - Foix - Prat d'AlbisPrat d'Albis
#192019-07-26Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne - col de l'IseranIseran
#202019-07-27Albertville - Val ThorensVal Thorens

Performances (average competition)

#GC- CyclistPlanche des Belles Filles - summit 2019Hourquette d'AncizanTourmalet - West sidePrat d'AlbisIseranVal ThorensAverage Power 78kg-std
#1- Egan Bernal452350406432398419410
#2- Geraint Thomas455350401427383419406
#3- Steven Kruijswijk441350406421384419404
#4- Emanuel Buchmann452350406434383419407
#6- Mikel Landa456350405432386419408
#7- Rigoberto Uran448350402398366419397
#8- Nairo Quintana452350383377365419391
#9- Alejandro Valverde428350400424357419396
#10- Warren Barguil442350403421371417401
#11- Richie Porte452350391422381360393

  No Watts on Ventoux climb, why ?

The power calculations are too imprecise because of the wind on top, that's why they're not published. But watts are published for the "forest" section ending at Le Chalet Reynard..