Portland-based VeloPro launched their dynamic training system back in September, but it required a power meter.
Now, in addition to the tools that create a user-specific training plan based on your ride data and real life schedule, VeloPro has worked to include functions for users without power meters. The Estimated Power option uses an algorithm that creates data that power meter-less folks would otherwise not be able to obtain.
VeloPro is offering a free 14-day trial and three subscription levels if you decide to stick with it. Full PR below…
PRESS RELEASE: VeloPro Expands Offerings With Estimated Power, brings dynamic training to wider audience.
Portland, OR — In a much-anticipated addition to the launch of the world’s first dynamic training system for cyclists, VeloPro LLC has released Estimated Power functionality. Offered at VeloPro’s Enthusiast level, Estimated Power employs a sophisticated mathematical algorithm which takes into account an array of environmental factors and allows users without power meters to access the full power of VeloPro’s dynamic training system. As with the company’s top-level offerings, if users perform above or below the prescribed training load, the system dynamically adjusts future workouts and loads to keep them on track.
Estimated Power promises to open the system to a much wider audience. “While power meter use seems to increase daily, many riders don’t yet have them,” says VeloPro co-founder Adnan Kadir. “Our Estimated Power feature opens our system, and the concept of load-based training, to these riders.”
The company is on track to release a suite of extended services in the coming months, including a framework through which coaches can manage multiple athlete accounts and an innovative social connection facility that unites athletes through training rather than separating them through competition. VeloPro offers three subscription levels, and can be tried free for 14 days at www.velopro.bike.