2018 Tour de France Stage 6 Power Analysis

2018 Tour de France

With Training Peaks publishing the power profiles for some of the professionals riding the Tour de France this year, I’ve taken some time to look over their profiles to break it down and give you a bit more understanding of it. Here is my analysis of both Lawson Craddock (EF Education-Drapac) and Mikel Nieve (Michelton-Scott) during the 181km Stage 6 to Mur-de-Bretagne. Continue reading “2018 Tour de France Stage 6 Power Analysis”

2018 Tour de France Stage 5 Power Analysis

With Training Peaks publishing the power profiles for some of the professionals riding the Tour de France this year, I’ve taken some time to look over their profiles to break it down and give you a bit more understanding of it. Here are my analysis of both Matthew Hayman (Mitchelton-Scott) and Jay Thomson (Dimension Data) during the 205km Stage 5 to Quimper. Continue reading “2018 Tour de France Stage 5 Power Analysis”

2018 Tour de France Stage 4 Power Analysis

With Training Peaks publishing the power profiles for some of the professionals riding the Tour de France this year, I’ve taken some time to look over their profiles to break it down and give you a bit more understanding of it. Here are my analysis of both Matthew Hayman – Mitchelton-Scott and Taylor Phinney (EF Education – Drapac) during the 195km Stage 4 to Sarzeau. Continue reading “2018 Tour de France Stage 4 Power Analysis”

2018 Tour de France Stage 03 TTT Power Analysis

With Training Peaks publishing the power profiles for some of the professionals riding the Tour de France this year, I’ve taken some time to look over their profiles to break it down and give you a bit more understanding of it. Here are my analysis of both Matthew Hayman – Mitchelton-Scott and Simon Clarke (EF Education – Drapac) during the 36km Stage 3 TTT. Continue reading “2018 Tour de France Stage 03 TTT Power Analysis”