The Heavy Rider’s Disadvantage “It could be debated if you can call it unfair, but heavy riders do suffer a disadvantage in
The Zwift W/kg category system needs to go. We have talked about it before. A few times. But it is important to
Sick again. Can’t train, can’t cheat. And it makes no difference whatsoever. In my absence thousands of others are keeping up the
In the wake of my previous studies, proving that winners in cat B-D make a lesser effort than the rest of the
I should lay low, waiting for the cat downgrade by next month’s end, now that I already have a nice triplet of
Can you hear the rumbling, people? It may have seemed distant before, but it is creeping closer and closer for every day.
Summer vacation drew to a close and now I’m in the city again with days that grow shorter and over 30 min
We turn again to our investigations of ZwiftPower race data. In the second of the recent Cruiser Sunday posts I discussed briefly
In the last blog post I tried to show that the majority of races in Zwift and on ZwiftPower seem to be
As a follow-up to the last couple of posts about cruising and the weird effort limits the W/kg category system imposes on
The other day I posted a reply to a thread on the Zwift forum. If you didn’t get the point of the
If you think about sports and games and their rule sets, you can always discern some sort of ethics and ideals in
Think about W/kg categories for a second. It’s the bane of fair Zwift racing. We have talked at length about that already.
I concluded in the previous post, on cruising in the Virtual Tour de France, that Zwift races are necessarily brutal in their
With the Tour For All previously as the debut and now with five of six stages completed in the Virtual Tour de
You have probably already heard about weight doping. That by entering a deflated weight in your Zwift profile you will become faster