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Useful tools to establish power and heart rate performance metrics.

Power to weight calculator

Power-to-weight ratio (PWR) is a crucial metric in cycling that compares a rider's power output to their body weight. It's calculated by dividing the power output (in watts) by the rider's body weight (in kilograms). PWR is essential because it indicates how much power a cyclist can produce relative to their weight, which directly impacts climbing ability, acceleration, and overall performance, especially in hilly terrain or during sprints. Cyclists often strive to improve their PWR through targeted training, including strength work and weight management, to enhance their competitiveness and efficiency on the bike.

Power to Weight (w/kg)

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