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## What is a good watts per kg cycling?

Beginners or Cat 5s range from **2.5 to 3.2 watts/kg for men** and 2.1 to 2.8 watts/kg for women; Cat 3 racers typically range 3.7 to 4.4 watts/kg (men) and 3.2 to 3.8 watts/kg (women).

## Is 200 watts a good FTP?

What is a good average power cycling? Most pro cyclists produce about **200 to 300 watts** on average during a four-hour tour stage. The recreational rider, on the other hand, might be only able to sustain this wattage during a 45-minute or hour-long spin class.

## What is a good peloton wattage?

Go to the top of the Peloton LB and note the LB names, look them up after. If their average wattage an entire 45min Ride is 600+, that’s not correctly calibrated.

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What is a good average output after ride a ride?

Males (W/kg) | Females (W/kg) |
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Excellent | From 3.93 to 5.04 |

Good |
From 2.79 to 3.92 |

Fair | From 2.23 to 2.78 |

Untrained | Less than 2.22 |

## Is 200 watts good cycling?

A lighter cyclist who can put out raw high wattage numbers is going to go a lot faster. … The article claims that a typical fit cyclist might be able to crank out 250 to 300 watts as an average for a 20 minute FTP (functional threshold point) test, while the pros usually average 400 watts.

## Is 100 watts cycling good?

Wattage goals will vary from person to person. **No exact watt number is appropriate** for all riders. Generally speaking, a beginner cyclist may average around 75–100 watts in a 1-hour workout. A fit participant will average more than 100 watts, and pro cyclists can reach 400 watts per hour.

## What is the 75 rule in cycling?

The 75-percent rule states that during a given training week, **at least 75 percent of your miles (or time) should be at or below 75 percent of your maximum heart rate (MHR)**.

## What is the average wattage of a Tour de France rider?

Using all that, I estimate that a typical Tour de France winner needs to put out an average of **about 325 watts** over the roughly 80 hours of the race. Recall that most recreational cyclists would be happy if they could produce 300 watts for just 20 minutes!

## How fast is 200 watts on a bike?

Wind tunnel testing has shown that a 70kg cyclist putting out 200 watts of power would be traveling at **32.4kph** if riding upright on the brake hoods. However, if the same cyclist were to go down onto his drops his speed would increase to 34.4kph.

## How many watts is 25 mph?

Cycling Power

Speed – kmh (mph) | Power (watts) | Increase in power needed to increase speed by 2.5kmh |
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20 (12.5) | 75 | |

22.5 (14) | 95 | 20 |

25 (15.6) | 120 |
25 |

27.5 (17.2) | 148 | 28 |

## What is the average power output of a pro cyclist?

An average pro in the Tour peloton will produce about 6.15 W/kg under the same conditions. Assuming a weight of 70 kg (a bit more than 154 lbs.), the average rider will be able to maintain a power output of 163.8 watts for the 20 minute effort while the pro will maintain **429.8 watts**.

## Are peloton Watts accurate?

Peloton themselves claims **10% accurate**. A standard powermeter is closer to 1 or 2% accurate. 10% might not sound terrible, and it’s not for just tracking your own progress, but it also means that if you set off to do an hour at 85% of your FTP, good luck and hope that the 10% is in your favor that day.

## Can you lose weight with a peloton?

Research suggests that a combination of dietary changes and exercise mean you’re more likely to achieve your weight loss goals. So, if you’re looking to lose weight, Peloton® could be a **great** option to keep you motivated and increase your activity levels.