Cycling Power Lab lets coaches and athletes model ride performance in a range of major bike races and triathlons
Pre-Race Performance Modelling
takes the guesswork out of racing performance, informing the preparation process through benchmarking and goal setting – essential components of any
structured training programme.
Performance & Pace Simulation
reveals the optimal equipment choices and pacing strategy for any rider on any course, ensuring fastest possible race times from
the power you have available.
allows you to run diagnostics on an event performance, using modelling techniques to understand where energy was spent, and key performance
limiters such as coefficients of rolling resistance and aerodynamic drag.
Basic analysis is free. Or
to order advanced analytics reports delivered as PDFs to your email inbox.
Choose from over 200 events pre-modelled for immediate, interactive analysis. Find these on our event map or contact us at
to discuss further events and Bespoke Analysis.
Also on our site:
Review why power is the essential performance metric for cyclists, review the power meter landscape or get help with calibrating a power meter in
our Power Essentials.
Read about the importance and subtleties of cycling Aerodynamics and translate component manufacturer drag data into more useful speed and time
interpretations in our Aerodynamics 101.
Access some of the calculators, physics and physiology models that underpin our analytics and demonstrate the key issues in riding a bike – fast
– with our collection of Power Models.
Training and Testing with Power...
Could your event preparation benefit from a well timed training block in mountainous terrain that also delivers feedback leveraging all the analytical
capabilities of your power meter combined with wider sport science testing? Could your client benefit while you as coach make best use of the data?
We also run bespoke
Training & Testing Days
in excellent Spanish locations from our Madrid base.
Premium Analytics Features & Benefits
How fast should you or a specific athlete expect to complete a particular event? Be informed by our models which apply the physics of cycling to high resolution course models.