Cycling Expectations Calculator
The cycling race expectations calculator is based on work done by Peter Riegel.

Peter Riegel did basic formula for predicting race time. The formula is really simple as it essentially states that roughly speaking, a person's speed declines by around 6% when the distance doubles.

Peter Riegel's formula is: t2 = t1 * (d2 / d1)^1.06.

Peters work is relevent to most sports so it is can be applied to swimming, cycling and running.

If you put in a distance and time you have done the calculator will predicate the times you will be able to achieve for other distances.

There are a lot of elements that can influence time on a bike. This estimate is assuming all other variables stay the same. You can use it as a guide for time trial type riding.

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