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
#102018-07-17Annecy - Grand-BornandColombière
#112018-07-18Alberville - La RosièreRosière
#122018-07-19Bourg-Saint-Maurice - Alpe d'HuezAlpe d'Huez
#162018-07-24Carcassonne - Bagnères-de-LuchonPortillon
#172018-07-25Bagnères-de-Luchon - Saint-Lary-SoulanPortet
#192018-07-27Lourdes - LarunsSoulor

Performances (average competition)

#GC- CyclistColombièreRosièreAlpe d'HuezPortillonPortetSoulorAverage Power 78kg-std
#1- Geraint Thomas433417401419408424417
#2- Tom Dumoulin433409401419407428416
#3- Christopher Froome433408401419401412412
#4- Primoz Roglic433399398419407428414
#5- Steven Kruijswijk433396358419405431407
#6- Romain Bardet433399403419392395407
#7- Mikel Landa433385402420401404408
#8- Dan Martin435408389419411409412
#10- Nairo Quintana433399392419415373405
#15- Egan Bernal435385390419401412407

  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..