Right now when I calibrate my Kickr using the TrainerRoad software, at the end of the calibration it doesn’t show the calibration value, it just asks if I want to keep the calibration. This isn’t really helpful, as I don’t know if something might have happened.
The optimal would be: TrainerRoad would log the calibration value (for any sensor - i.e., smart trainer, power meter - I calibrate), and flag if a current calibration value is “suspect”. Where “suspect” is a user settable % off of the average calibration value for the sensor.
- My Power Meter “suspect” value is +/50%
- The “calibration” value for my Quarq power meter averages 7
- I do a calibration and the calibration shows up as 14, then TrainerRoad should flag this as “Suspect”, and ask if I want to “keep the value”, “re-calibrate”, or “keep existing calibration”
Additionally, I should be able to see a history of all calibration values by sensor. This would be helpful in tracking if potentially something is going wrong. That is, if I see this value drifting over time, that might be a warning that my sensor (e.g., smart trainer) is starting to have issue