Data-Driven Feedback for Every Ride
Analyze your indoor and outdoor ride data using a set of intuitive tools designed to make you a faster cyclist.
A Comprehensive View of Training
TrainerRoad connects with Strava and Garmin Connect to import your past ride history and automatically sync future rides.
How to Use Performance Analytics
Visualize Training Consistency and Quality
Riders get faster through consistent, quality training.
Training Stress Chart
Visualize the consistency and quality of your training; and stay accountable to weekly training stress goals.
Two colors differentiate Training Stress of TrainerRoad and outdoor rides
Trending line to visualize training consistency
Diamonds to represent FTP changes
Drill into each week of rides
How to Use the Training Stress Chart
Seasons — A New Way to Think About Personal Records
All-time personal records fall short in adding value to a rider's training. By viewing PRs within Seasons — custom defined periods of training and racing — riders gain an accurate view of their progress.
Analyze Personal Records and Progress
View PR progress at every point in your training.
Personal Records Chart
Analyze PRs and create custom Seasons to see how your fitness is progressing.
View personal records on a granular level
Three dynamic views: Total (all PRs), Sprint (1-30s PRs), and Endurance (31s+ PRs)
Create and compare Seasons
View all the instances a specific PR was achieved
Use SeasonMatch to compare a current Season to the same point in a previous Season
How to Use the Personal Records Chart
How to Use SeasonMatch
Drill Into the Details of Every Ride
Ride Analysis Page
Deeply analyze all your indoor and outdoor rides.
Analyze metrics of every ride*
Create and analyze custom intervals
See intervals of outside rides on a map**
View time spent in each power zone
How to Use the Ride Analysis Page
* Power, HR, IF, Cadence, kj (Cal), and more
** Provided for rides with GPS data
Performance Analytics for Every Rider
Riders do not need to own a power meter to use Performance Analytics. Rides performed without a power-measuring device appear exclusively on the Training Stress Chart.*
In = Indoor, Out = Outdoor
* Riders can estimate training stress based on the perceived difficulty of their outdoor ride.