Went for a short quick ride, to blow out sone carbon.. found the speedo was 2mph faster (not that it was unexpected).
Professional rider on a closed course. Do not attempt...You criminal, you! Everyone knows that ATs only go up to 55 MPH.
Any idea why your elevation graph looks stepped? Maybe you were riding on cobblestone.
Yea, not bad for a Vespa, a good back wind and going downhill..
So you're telling me "Pogo" isn't one of the rider modes?some of it is the speed and that that graph is shown in a condensed time format, So if it was stretched out it would be more of a wave instead of those sharp peaks.
Nope, no pogo, but it does have a bucking bronco mode,So you're telling me "Pogo" isn't one of the rider modes?
I believe smartphones are not known for their accuracy with elevation either. I recall an article a number of years back comparing the iPhone 5 with some dedicated GPS units the accuracy wasn't great. I have no idea if that has improved over the years, or if the smartphones still lack a little when it comes to altitude accuracy.
I forget the reasons. Something to do with the sensors and the way smartphones measure altitude if I recall.
The article I had read on that was doing testing on a flat track race course. If I recall, one of the issues was that the api was using map source data to aid in determining altitude. The problem was that it was outdated and was indicating altitude for rises and falls that no longer existed after it had been flattened for the track.Nope, no pogo, but it does have a bucking bronco mode,
Yea wouldn’t expect it to be dead on accurate, probably + or - at least 5’. then add on a slow ping rate (to save on battery usage) and the fact that total elevation change was about 30’ could easily lead to some pogoing effects too.