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Anton Rieger

Stadtradeln Augsburg Tag 11 - BW 06

Stadtradeln Augsburg Tag 11 - BW 06

01:58
29.5 mi
15.0 mph
3,525 ft
3,525 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.82 mi
4.35 mi
4.98 mi
5.77 mi
7.72 mi
Frauenparkplatz
Schareben
7.77 mi
9.25 mi
10.2 mi
11.3 mi
11.4 mi
11.4 mi
11.4 mi
mei arm's Rädle 🙄
12.0 mi
13.1 mi
23.1 mi
23.2 mi
23.9 mi
29.5 mi
Destination

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Anton Rieger went mountain biking.

July 13, 2021

Comments

  • Anton Rieger

    Thanks for the tip with Garmin. I now know why your analysis part is misinterpreted 🤣

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  • peggatsch

    I'm curious about that, Anton
    Two bikers have recognized how to use the "parking device for MTBs" correctly at a mountain hut 😊

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  • peggatsch

    I'll tell you the result of this tour. This time with a different analysis tool (LocusMap pro):
    Track time 3:32:49
    Movement 2:22:37
    Total speed Ø 13.4 km / h
    Speed travel Ø 19.9 km / h
    Uphill 1,118 m 18.04 km
    Downhill 1,119 m 17.71 km
    Route length 47.53 km
    With these key data everyone can imagine that the Ø speed displayed by komoot cannot be correct ...
    Now it's your turn Anton

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  • Anton Rieger

    The Komoot app shows the total distance and the time in motion correctly with a small deviation, and "calculates" the average speed from it. At the "current" speed, the app had a deviation of - 2 to - 12.6 kilometers, and because your analysis tool uses this speed 🤭

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  • peggatsch

    komoot shows me (when displaying in the browser):
    Tour duration 3:33 hours, Ø 13.4 km / h
    Movement time 1:58 hours, Ø 24.2 km / h
    The difference in the movement time can be explained by the fact that a "standstill"> 5 seconds is not taken into account in the analysis, speeds of> 0 are also counted as movement time

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  • peggatsch

    I suggest we leave it that way and stop discussing it.
    The high average speed is a good motivation factor for you ... keep it up 👍

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  • Anton Rieger

    then the riddle is solved after all 😂

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  • peggatsch

    btw: Even if the analysis is closer to the "truth", an average of 19.9 km / h is a fantastic value for a mountain tour with> 1,100 hm🏆

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  • Anton Rieger

    The average speed is also shown by my Garmin like this.

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  • Anton Rieger

    Since the speed display of the Komoot app is wrong, your analysis tool cannot generate a correct value either.

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  • peggatsch

    Anton, the so-called header data (calculation of the Ø values) are NOT evaluated in a subsequent analysis, rather only the individual track points are read in and the Ø values are re-determined. Your original recording of your Garmin would be interesting ... but no, I don't want to deal with it from now on. You are the best and you stay that way for me too
    B A S T A ... no offense

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  • Anton Rieger

    Since your extremely "ingenious" analysis app is apparently unable to differentiate between the stand and travel times so precisely, a "correct" result will probably never be possible. No offense

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Anton Rieger

Stadtradeln Augsburg Tag 11 - BW 06