A curious fact that Iberobike has published about the Colombian Team Ineos cyclist Egan Bernal, about a publication of yours in Strava with preparatory training for the Tour de France.
Egan Bernal had prepared to fight for everything in the last Giro d'Italia, but unfortunately suffered a fall in Andorra while training and fractured clavicle missing the Italian date.
Now he is training again for his next goal, the Tour de France, where he will start with his teammates. Chris Froome y Geraint Thomas.
The training of controversy
After completing one of his preparatory workouts for the Tour de France, Egan Bernal hung on the platform Strava all the work done during the hard day of cycling through Colombian lands.
You can check the following link on full training
The data of the «morning ride» on Strava by Egan Bernal impress as it covered 275.48 km with a 2.187m drop at an average of almost 40 km / h. These data gave rise to a cyclist «gathering» with all kinds of conjectures by cycling amateurs and professionals.
- cronoescalada.com (@cronoescalada) June 3, 2019
The first conclusion that was reached is that these data had to be with a high quality grotto or trasmoto, according to @iocoppino »It has to be with a group or trasmoto. If I don't see it exaggerated «
It has to be with a group or a trasmoto. If I do not see it exaggerated.
- iocoppino (@iocoppino) June 3, 2019
@juanserveros shed a little more light, contributing technical data to the discussion »A silly thing to go off track in power Z2, that only occurs to someone who has no idea of training 40Km / h with that power, with that unevenness, with those teams and accessories and with the weight of Egan it is normal «
A stupid thing to go out in Z2 power, that only occurs to someone who has no idea of training 😂😂 40Km / h with that power, with that drop, with those equipment and accessories and with the weight of Egan is normal
- Juan Sebastian (@juanserveros) June 3, 2019
The truth is that for any "amateur" cyclist these data are unattainable, but Egan Bernal is called to be a cycling star, and as such he wanted to settle the controversy over his data on Strava with a simple tweet that made everything clear.
Parcero, was not trasmoto nor in group. Neither 2 zone
It was buzzing all day if something ... ✌🏽✌🏽
- Egan Arley Bernal (@Eganbernal) June 4, 2019