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    You might want to check out Robert's post re...

    You might want to check out Robert's post re reinventing wheels. One of the first thing any competent scientist does is begin with a lit search.
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    Robert Chung Virtual Elevation.

    Robert Chung Virtual Elevation.
  3. You misrepresent Coggan's performance manager in...

    You misrepresent Coggan's performance manager in a way that is almost frightening. Coggan uses an exponential weighted average with time constants of 7 and 42 days as a starting point. That's a far...
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    Or not. Road to Roubaix, Part 1 | SILCA...

    Or not. Road to Roubaix, Part 1 | SILCA Road to Roubaix Part 2: Tires (and Pressures) Are EVERYTHING | SILCA Road to Roubaix Part 3: We Just Invented the Future | SILCA

    Pro riders are pros...
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    And yet they were able to do this...

    And yet they were able to do this http://www.recumbents.com/WISIL/MartinDocs/Validation%20of%20a%20mathematical%20model%20for%20road%20cycling.pdf and testing protocols have improved dramatically in...
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    Well if we're not talking about real strength,...

    Well if we're not talking about real strength, would you care to define what this new fictitious strength of yours means? It's hard to have a meaningful discussion if you create new definitions for...
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    I think you're focusing on the fact that the...

    I think you're focusing on the fact that the curves are U-shaped at at some angle, the drag increases for a given wheel. I don't think this is relevant. For a given wheel, even after the curve turns...
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    I don't think we're interpreting the data the...

    I don't think we're interpreting the data the same way. As I see it the plot shows that for every wheel at every non-zero yaw angle, drag is lower than was seen at 0 yaw. That is, wheels perform...
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    Unless you're dialing back your power as weight...

    Unless you're dialing back your power as weight goes down, there most certainly is a difference in speed. Now whether you or whatever you're using to measure are sensitive enough to notice is another...
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    Analytic Cycling, Interactive methods for...

    Analytic Cycling, Interactive methods for estimating cycling performance.
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    I can't, but Andy Coggan can and both he and...

    I can't, but Andy Coggan can and both he and Robert show you the data to explain why.

    Just because resistance is higher, doesn't mean it's high enough to increase strength.
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    You can repeat this as many times as you like, it...

    You can repeat this as many times as you like, it will never be true.
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    Again, just not true. TOUR QTR 4-2011...

    Again, just not true. TOUR QTR 4-2011
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    I think I just did. No you underestimated the...

    I think I just did.

    No you underestimated the effect by more than 200%

    Many.
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    Instead of pulling numbers out your ass, why not...

    Instead of pulling numbers out your ass, why not read the literature? As I said before, after training for a few years, there's more to be gained by improving equipment than by training. Of course,...
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    You realize that in your example, the bicycle is...

    You realize that in your example, the bicycle is responsible for 100% of the performance difference? I don't think that was the point you were trying to make.
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    You're entitled to your opinion, just recognize...

    You're entitled to your opinion, just recognize the science and the data contradict it.

    And you really should stop calling them strength workouts because a) they do nothing to improve strength...
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    Why we don't use strength-endurance anymore ?...

    Why we don't use strength-endurance anymore ? aboc Cycle Coaching
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    Really? I always thought rolling resistance was...

    Really? I always thought rolling resistance was linear with weight; but what do these guys know?...
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    You're entitled to your opinions, but this...

    You're entitled to your opinions, but this statement is contradicted by facts. I've seen and experienced many cases where a thorn or other piece of debris was removed from a high pressure tire, and...
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    You need to review your basic fluid mechanics. As...

    You need to review your basic fluid mechanics. As long as it remains liquid, it must be evenly distributed in a spinning tube.
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    Actually it's more like 50%. The speed of a rider...

    Actually it's more like 50%. The speed of a rider is the point at which the force provided by the rider (50%) equals the forces resisting motion (the other 50%). To go faster, she can either increase...
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    I'd say that depends on how many flats you get....

    I'd say that depends on how many flats you get. During goathead season when it's not uncommon to get three or four flats a week without protection (I've seen people get five flats on one ride),...
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    All research shows the most efficient cadence is...

    All research shows the most efficient cadence is around 60-65 rpm, but I don't think efficiency is what you mean. I think the word you're looking for is "best."
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    Consider the basic principles of training: Overload, Progression, Specificity.

    (also, have you done any all out ~1 hour efforts?)
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