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Your Ride Report

The Ride Report gives you a breakdown of your stats and highlights from the ride before you save..

3/31 Known Bug Report: You will only see the Ride Report if you end your session by tapping the End Ride button on the Menu screen. Pressing ESC (PC/Mac) to bring up the end ride prompt or ending your ride through Zwift Mobile Link app will not display the Ride Report before ending your session. 

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The "General" tab has basic stats of your ride, including a map of the route you took, notable things that happened, who you rode with, who gave you a 'Ride On,' and allows you to follow riders directly.

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The "Timeline" tab has second-by-second ride data for power, cadence, and heart rate. On this tab and the "Critical Power" tab, you'll also see your TrainingPeaks TSS score (more information on their website). 

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The "Critical Power" tab shows your critical power curve.

 

Critical power is the maximum sustainable power output you can maintain for a particular period of time. Because you can output more watts in a short period versus an extended period, the value for critical power is shown as a curve.

Note that this is different from FTP, which remains constant with duration. Critical power changes with duration; but as duration increases, the two values tend to converge. At 60 minutes, critical power can be considered a very close estimate of your FTP.

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