Power Curve - Cycling

See and compare your best power outputs with the Best Efforts power curve. Power data from your rides collected via a power meter or smart trainer is required to produce your power curve.

The power curve shows your best average power for time periods of 1 second up to the length of your longest ride from the time period shown.

You can display and compare curves from multiple time periods. Select the time period(s) at the top of the power curve page, where you can choose to display the power curve from an entire year, the last six weeks or a custom date range. (Custom date ranges must consist of whole weeks – if you select a mid-week start or end date, it will adjust to the prior Monday or the following Sunday, respectively.)

While the power curve shows your best average power for every time interval you’ve covered, the Best Efforts landing page only tracks your power PRs and second- and third-best performances over 5 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour and 2 hours.

For details on the other cycling categories tracked in Best Efforts, tap here.

Your performances are tracked automatically with power data from your cycling activities. A power meter or smart trainer is required to collect power data. You can hide a cycling effort from Best Efforts if needed.

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