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8 hours ago, Ex-Hasbeen said:

How do people quantify time on the trainer, wrt km? I'm contemplating getting on the rollers to see how my knee takes riding with negligible load. I don't want to miss out on the opportunity to put something other than swimming on Strava, but would feel a bit guilty having average speeds of 40km/hr all the time. :) 

I don't use Zwift etc, but ride with my garmin and HRM. That logs the time and then I just add a rough number of k's based on effort & time. At least that keeps k's ticking over towards yearly totals etc. That said, I don't use my trainer much so I don't stress a lot about how accurate my estimate is.

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10 hours ago, Ex-Hasbeen said:

How do people quantify time on the trainer, wrt km? 

I don't understand this question? 

How do we measure? 

I have a Garmin 520 & a power meter.

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21 minutes ago, Cranky said:

I don't understand this question? 

How do we measure? 

I have a Garmin 520 & a power meter.

Yes, but with rollers, there is no resistance, so for me to get any sort of effort (other than knocking myself out doing 140rpm), I'm doing 50km/hr. 

 

Anyway, point is moot, as I'll just be doing 15min sessions of real easy effort. :)

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Sorry - but figured this was unlikely to ever happen again so am posting for posterity... :-)

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21 hours ago, Limited said:

1hr = 22.3 km just like on the road ;)

 

Fixed that for me :(

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Maybe I will join.  I could provide some mirth for the group... 

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23 minutes ago, Tyno said:

People on holiday should be excluded from the leaderboard.

and school teachers

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And The Customer is doing it in one of the best places in Australia to train.

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I'm in Thredbo to ride tomorrow.  Do i have to stop my Garmin when on the lift going up and restart for the downhill runs. Or can i leave it running. 

Has a ski mode which sparates the lift from the skiing. but no gravity bike mode

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9 hours ago, rory-dognz said:

I'm in Thredbo to ride tomorrow.  Do i have to stop my Garmin when on the lift going up and restart for the downhill runs. Or can i leave it running. 

Has a ski mode which sparates the lift from the skiing. but no gravity bike mode

You can leave it going.  It knows the difference somehow. ...

It will tell you your number of runs on your watch as you go and this is what you'll get at the end of the day
https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/1914891095?share_unique_id=169

 

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Currently in top ten for the first time.

And some segment 1st places with Trannies on the trails today. May have the 500th fastest time this year but first trannie. 

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Help please, Im tired and my legs hurt, but Strava hasnt uploaded my ride from this morning, did I really ride? 

Any advice as its showing in Garmin but Strava isnt showing it??? 

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Sometimes the garmin-strava transfer is a bit slow.

Sometimes, you might have to unlink-relink your account

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Strava is down?!?!?! Shouldn't there be sirens going off and emergency broadcasts blaring? How about some kind of SMS alert?

:crybaby::fear::sadwalk:

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