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## Question: Cycling watts per kg?

Notably, the median (50th percentile) twenty minute effort in watts per kilogram for males and females is exactly the same at 3.80W/kg, which means the average male and female Cycling Analytics user should be able to ride up a mountain at about the same speed.Jun 7, 2018

• Watts per kilogram, often abbreviated W/Kg is a measure of power to weight. It takes the amount of power you produce at various time periods and divides it by how heavy you are. Sounds pretty simple, right? In theory, it is. But like everything in your cycling training, there’s more to it than just a number.

## What is a good watts per kg for cycling?

Here are the categories that they recommend you race based on your FTP data and watts per kilogram. The Zwift C category (next from the bottom) says that you should be able to ride at the level between 2.5 to 3.1 w/kg. If you want to succeed in the A category, you’ll need to be able to hit 4.0 w/kg or better.

## What is a good average wattage cycling?

Most pro cyclists produce about 200 to 300 watts on average during a four-hour tour stage. The recreational rider, on the other hand, might be only able to sustain this wattage during a 45-minute or hour-long spin class.

## What is a good cycling power to weight ratio?

A power to weight ratio of 5-6 would put you in the range of a Category 1 elite professional (according to Andy Coggan’s power profiling chart). So what this means for any cyclist is that the greater your strength compared to your weight, the faster you are going to be on the bike.

## Is 5 watts per kg good?

If everything goes well, I should hit 5+w/kg. For most (not all), the key to 5 w/kg is to lose weight. There is definitely a limit as to how much power you can build, but for most, weight is the factor that will bring the most gains. No where near 5 W/Kg but I would say that being light will be a key contributor.

## What is watts per kg?

To work out your power-to-weight ratio figure, simply divide your maximum power output (in watts) by your body mass in kilograms (kg). For example, an 80kg rider with a maximum sustainable power output of 280 watts has a power-to-weight ratio of 3.5 watts per kilo (commonly abbreviated as 3.5W/kg or 3.5W. kg-1).

## What is the 75 rule in cycling?

The 75-percent rule states that during a given training week, at least 75 percent of your miles (or time) should be at or below 75 percent of your maximum heart rate (MHR).

## What is a good cycling FTP?

Average recreational cyclists would be about 2.5-3.0 Watts/Kg for FTP. People who race regularly may be 3.0-3.75. You get above 3.75-4.25 and those are local elite racers. Anything over 4.25 is domestic pro and it goes up from there.

## Is 200 watt FTP good?

A 200 Watt FTP is bottom 10% of cyclist!?! It’s the stated FTP of cyclists who use that application. They’re more likely to be better cyclists than ‘all cyclists’ because they’re keen enough to do some good structured training. se they’re keen enough to do some good structured training.

## What is a good FTP for a female cyclist?

How ‘good’ is your FTP?

World Class Pro Domestic Pro
Male 5.6 – 6.4 w/kg 5.2 – 5.7 w/kg
Female 5.3 – 5.6 w/kg 4.5 – 5.2 w/kg

## How are cycling Watts calculated?

The cycling power is measured in Watts. One Watt corresponds to one Joule of energy produced every second. It assumes that the power you produce is equal to the sum of resistances you need to overcome, multiplied by your speed. Additionally, we take power losses into consideration.

## How can I increase my watts per kg?

There are only three ways in which you can affect some change in your W/kg. They are as follows: Increase your power output while keeping your weight constant. Keep your power output constant while decreasing your weight.

## Why are cyclists arms so skinny?

Cyclists have small arms because most cycling disciplines don’t demand strong biceps and triceps and encourage the athletes to keep their weight low for optimal performance.

## Is 4 watts per kilo good?

So it is that many club level cyclists have the goal of being able to achieve a functional threshold power (FTP) of 4W/kg. However, 4W/kg is still better than most club level cyclists, and is literally lapping everyone on the couch. So it’s a great goal to target.

## What is a good W kg ratio?

Beginners or Cat 5s range from 2.5 to 3.2 watts/kg for men and 2.1 to 2.8 watts/kg for women; Cat 3 racers typically range 3.7 to 4.4 watts/kg (men) and 3.2 to 3.8 watts/kg (women).

## How many watts is 20 mph?

Cycling Power

Speed – kmh (mph) Power (watts) Increase in power needed to increase speed by 2.5kmh
20 (12.5) 75
22.5 (14) 95 20
25 (15.6) 120 25
27.5 (17.2) 148 28
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