Why a power meter that’s relatively good is just not good enough

Posted by Verve Cycling on January 31, 2014 in
InfoCrank data analysis, Science and engineering

We asked our CTO, Richard, to write a short paper in response to the common perception echoed around the cycling blogs and twitter streams that “a power meter only needs to be consistent and accurate in itself…in the end, power is just a number that you use as a tool to train towards”.

His response was this article. We hope you enjoy the read.

Click here to download > Verve Cycling: Relativity is not reality

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  • Hello,
    why is the whitepaper no longer visible? I tried to find it on ISUU, but it seems it is deleted? Is there another source?
    Thanks
    best regards
    Boris