PansyBob gives us his own version of a reference

https://cyclingtips.com/2017/06/just-how-good-are-male-pro-road-cyclists/ but he isn't even capable of understanding what it says.

Those numbers are for watts per kilogram of body weight. As a completely untrained cyclist weighing in at 80 kg according to this chart I would be able to produce full time 2.22 w/kg x 80 = 177 watts continuous power output.

However, I am not an untrained rider. If you look into the middle of Class D which is still low for the amount of riding I do you find 3.46 x 80 = 277 watts. This is for a ride of any length. For something as short as 30 minutes you can produce 20% or even more higher. That would be 1.2 x 277 = 330 watts. This also matches with the ride I did the other day that was well over 10 km - 18 km to be exact. And I wasn't even trying to go as fast as I could. I'm turning in 3 hour 50 milers twice a week. A recovery ride of a slow 30 miler and then on Sunday I'll do a hard 40+ miler that might have 2 miles of 10% of climbing. There is a 30 minute break in between the halfs of the 50 milers so lets say a 1 hr 30 minute 25 miler or 40 km in 1hr 30 minutes or an average speed of almost 17 mph including about 2,500 feet of climbing of 5% or more.

Using Steve Gribbles interactive power calculator with my weight, my bicycle weight, my frontal area, Steve's average coefficient of drag and a 5% climb I see that I did over 3 miles last Thursday at 10 mph for an average of almost 250 watts. Funny how this matches the rest of the figures I was talking about isn't it? That was the in the final 10 miles of a 50 mile ride. And I wasn't feeling particularly strong since two days before I had done a 37 mile ride with 3,405 feet of climbing with up to 12%. Almost all of this climbing is over 6% and most over 7%. This ride has perhaps 8 miles of flat. The rest is either climbing or descending.

This is why our little PansyBob is stuck on the 600 watts number I did with a first-off estimate. This is all he can do to try to support his worthless teenage language showing everyone how tough he is by calling names.

Just got a txt from my friend in Phoenix. He just did an average 18.5 mph on his trainer for 30 minutes. He has the resistance trainer turned up all the way. He has been in continuous pain for the last six months with a worn out hip and is scheduled to have a hip replacement in four weeks. Strange that he didn't need a video game to train. He is on continuous Oxycontin and it is doing almost nothing for the pain.

But I suppose that PansyBob will cry about how that gave my friend and advantage as well.