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  • Michal

    Great insight! Many thanks for that, Gerro & Wade. Wouldn’t it be great if these data would be accessible from every race from top riders!

  • Bek Gratton

    Wow it’s awesome looking at Gerro’s charts, thanks for posting:-)

  • interested

    Anyone have any ideas on crank length and front chain ring size.

  • diamondjim

    He looks too colourful and happy to be posed in front of a fountain dedicated to San Emo 

  • The power to weight of all those numbers almost makes me want to cry.

    That is why the good guys are really, really good.

  • Raphael

    Impression.
    I would love to see a comparison with the data of Cancellara. Wade, can you obtain these data?

    • Manning

       If you look at the photo at the top you can see that Cancellara isn’t using a powermeter…no data to compare

      • umm i tend to disagree, i think you will find a power meter on cancellara’s bike

        • Manning

           Nope, he’s using an SRM head unit…but not the cranks.  Check out the difference between Gerro and Fabians cranksets

        • Manning

           Nope, he’s using an SRM head unit…but not the cranks.  Check out the difference between Gerro and Fabians cranksets

  • Gareth

    Amazing insight, thanks. Very impressive and makes you realise exactly what they go through.

  • AP

    Interestingly that GreenEdge seems to be making an effort to make items such as this (and the backstage passes) available to people.  Seems to be a good strategy for attracting cycling followers.

    • G_O

       It’s working.  Between the ‘backstage pass’ MSR video and this, they’ve gained a fan.  Doesn’t hurt that they have a good Canadian boy on the squad.

  • VU

    SRM headunit is certainly there on FC’s bike.  Need to look closely.

    • Head unit is definitely there, but it looks like he’s missing the crankset

      • Thefunkyplumber

        That’s cos the head unit reads directly from the electric motor connected to the BB inside the seattube. 
         ;)

  • Mee

    OMG -1300 Watts – Gerro is “quadzilla”!

  • Anonymous

    So, 6.25W/kg just to stay in Cancellara’s draft zone!!

  • David

    Thats amazing but at the same time believeable.   I dont think I could do it if I was given ten years to train, but I can see that others could.  Good to see the peleton is probably clean.  

  • Michal

    It has just occured to me that Milan – San Remo was similar scenario like Aussie Nationals; where Gerro also had an amazing win after “key riders selection” was made in last uphill, break survived downhill and Gerro outsprinted his compainions to the line. Chapeau!

  • Tom
    • fifty-four

      That. Is. Awesome.

    • I agree, That’s A W E S O M E ! Thanks for the share

  • Michael Manning

    Simply amazing footage!

  • GeeTee

    Before anyone jumps on this – I’m not trying to compare road endurance – but does anyone know what Sir Chris, or say Shane Perkins max’s out at?  If the top roadies can pump 1300w at the end of a big day – what do the track sprinters do over say for the last 300m of a pursuit?

  • Ron

    Jeez, I think too much number analysis can take away from the pure beauty of cycling, but that was awesome. I simply can’t believe those numbers. It really, really shows how extraordinary the PROs are. Impressive.

    It wasn’t until after this race that I found out Gerro and I are exactly the same size/weight. I LOVE pulling for fellow mighty mites in the peloton. A new dude to watch. Much better than watching Tommy V. bounce around.

    GREAT win, Gerro!

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