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Anton Rieger

Stadtradeln Augsburg Tag 10 - BW 05

Stadtradeln Augsburg Tag 10 - BW 05

02:08
31.4 mi
14.7 mph
3,450 ft
3,500 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.82 mi
7.39 mi
7.84 mi
12.2 mi
12.5 mi
22.7 mi
24.9 mi
26.8 mi
31.4 mi
Destination

Map

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Anton Rieger went mountain biking.

July 12, 2021

Comments

  • peggatsch

    quite a few meters in altitude Anton 👍
    ... and then at the high average speed

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  • Anton Rieger

    Departures at 67 KMH 😂

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  • peggatsch

    ... how often a riddle Anton - BaseCamp shows an average speed:
    while driving 21.4 km / h at 2:21:42 h and
    a total of 18.4 km / h at 2:44:30 h
    with which device did you record?

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  • peggatsch

    the peaks with 67 can't make that out ... Your speed profile here clearly shows that the peaks were very short-term under 1 min.
    I would be seriously interested in how you record, we have discussed this phenomenon many times, but you have never really "revealed" your secret.
    The Gen4 engine can't be here with gradients of up to 15%

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  • Anton Rieger

    Komotapp and city bikes, whereby the 40 KM failed again.
    Why does Komoot show 2:08 and BaseCamp 2:21 ??

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  • peggatsch

    I just read the following on komoot, now we can find out where the problem is coming from.support.komoot.com/hc/de/articles/360058520091-Zeit-in-Bewendung-auf-komoot#:~:text=die%20Zeit%20klickst.-,Berechnung%20der%20Zeit%20in%20Bewendung , also% 20the% 20 recording% 20 automatically% 20 paused.

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  • Anton Rieger

    If there is a strong uphill climb, and certainly also downhill, it can happen that the times are not recorded correctly. Tomorrow I'll check the times with my Garmin.

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  • peggatsch

    Yep, that would be very interesting Anton, maybe we will get to the bottom of the matter ... many komoot'ler are confused ... even with the different altitude meters. But the latter is probably more of a technical background, most SportWatches and Garmin sat navs measure the altitude barometrically, komoot via the cartographic altitude differences

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  • Anton Rieger

    Some of them were on the road with Komoot for the challenge. Deviation HM up to 140m, distance up to 1.4 KM

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  • peggatsch

    Anton, do you have the functions on your GPSMAP 66
    3D speed measurement and
    3D distance measurement
    activated, that would be helpful for tomorrow's check.

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  • peggatsch

    Yes, the measurements are directly related to a good or bad GPS signal. If there is also a bad GPS module, a deviation is preprogrammed. Even adding mobile network log-in to improve the location data on smartphones is not exactly helpful in the mountains or in areas with poor mobile network reception.
    Garmin builds the world's best GPS modules. Is your GPSMAP an inReach device (satellite telephony)?
    EDIT: komoot does NOT use the mobile data for location determination, only the GPS data
    Source: komoot support support.komoot.com/hc/de/articles/360023082011-GPS-Signal

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  • Anton Rieger

    Garmin GPSMAP 66S, and where can I set the 3D measurements?

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Anton Rieger

Stadtradeln Augsburg Tag 10 - BW 05