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Drivo / Settings

Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 9:09 am
by SHrider
Hi ,

yesterday i got my new Drivo, its my first Elite trainer so i have some problems do unterstand the settings.

What means circumference in REAL software / Bike profile? Doas it means the the wheels size? If yes-why i have to do this setup-because i havent a back wheels with Drivo.

I also paired the Drive with my Garmin Edge520. If i open the sensor settings form Drivo at the Garmin Edge520 / area "Sensor Details" i also can type in the wheels size. Is it important to type in a wheels size in the Edge 520 to get accurate speed values or are this setting directly at the Edge520 unimportant?

At the Edge 520 / Sensor Details i also can type in the bike weight - its important to type in the weight from the bike or not? If important which weight i should take? Weight within back wheel or weight without back wheel?


Re: Drivo / Settings

Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:32 am
by robert.nejedly
Hi, I have a similar issue with my new Kura 2018 and Garmin fenix 3. In sensor details it want wheel size. My standard value (2000+) shows speed over 50km/h at 100Watts..:(
Please, what is the correct wheel size for Fenix 3, probably for Garmin generally?
Thank you

Re: Drivo / Settings

Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:36 am
by Elite Admin S
Hi Robert

For Kura, you have to insert your wheel circumference / 3.43 (for example, if your wheel measures 2100mm, you have to insert 612mm)

Here's the complete table: ... 2kwUC1tUzg

Re: Drivo / Settings

Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:47 am
by robert.nejedly
Thank you!

Re: Drivo / Settings

Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 1:32 pm
by bucometa
Hello, I inform you that you must enter the length of the wheel of your bike in the advanced configuration of My-Etraining and in the Garmin you must put that same length of your wheel divided by 3.43.

Re: Drivo / Settings

Posted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 12:09 pm
by nickcw
Does the wheel diameter setting in the Elite app effect the power outputs on Zwift?

The Drivo does seem much to require much more effort to ride at 250 watts that my real bike with a Quark power meter.

Its seems to be more than Calibration as it seems to be about 40 watts out