I know it’s been addressed before and shrugged off like it doesn’t make a big difference and maybe that’s so, but when I’m in a workout and need to hit 360 for x amount of minutes then the software should enable that to happen. Consistently hitting 345 or lower IS a big difference. The reason I train inside is to be precise and not have to do anything except pedal to hit my targets.
Rant over. But really here’s what I see could help. There is obviously something in the software trying to control this aspect. I understand changes in cadence impact it and I keep that as constant as possible but the tendency of the software is to error on the lower side. It’s never hovering at 365 it’s hitting 360 occasionally and hovering between 350-355 so with the expected lag at the beginning of 3-5 seconds I get 345 on average. Why not enable a feature to error on the higher side? Of course I can manipulate the software by increasing the percentage but I shouldn’t have to do that. Increasing 5-6% so I can hit the original target isn’t a good solution even though it works. I have top of the line trainer and power meter so it’s either me or the software. Let’s give some options here instead of just blaming me or telling me that it doesn’t matter that I miss my target by 15 watts every time.