Equivalent wheel size to 0% gradient

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KLRider
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Equivalent wheel size to 0% gradient

Postby KLRider » Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:24 am

Hi,

I have just purchased a Turbo Muin Smart B+ and I have connected it my Bryton 330.

Reading the document explaining Power vs. Speed I understand the speed is not like outdoor on a 0% gradient.

The only variable I can change is the wheel size in order to tweak the speed/distance reading.

If I wanted to simulate a 0%, what wheel size should I put?
e.g. rather than dividing by 13.2, what should I divide it for?

Thanks

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Re: Equivalent wheel size to 0% gradient

Postby Elite Admin S » Fri Dec 22, 2017 12:29 pm

As this trainer is not a simulator, you cannot simulate a 0% gradient.
The power curve goes up quickly, far more than what you have on an outdoor 0% slope training

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