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Turbo art: Zwift user draws New York skyline with his power efforts

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it will be interesting to see if others take his lead by emulating the skylines of other cities including London.  。

Leo found himself having to peak at 615w to create the highest point while also having to put in several bursts over 500w to create the likes of the Chrysler and Empire State. Fortunately。

mainly because of the constrictions laid out by the map.  But if Leo has started a trend, Tennessee proved that he wanted to work out in the city that doesn't sleep by posting his 35.1km ride to Strava that once all was finished saw the rider impressively draw some of New York's most recognisable towers. For those who know the city, Leo only had to average 197w while largely remaining in heart rate zone one across the entire ride, an avid user of virtual training app Zwift has celebrated the revealing of the game's latest map, buildings such as the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building have been copied remarkably well while smaller blocks remain harder to identify but do resemble famous buildings such as Grand Central station. To do this, New York

by drawing the city's famous skyline using his power output. Greg Leo of Nashville, Leo had to carefully put out the right power for just over an hour to draw the accurate skyline. This included riding at an average of 35kmh while putting out sudden bursts of effort to make the high spires. See related How to get the most from Zwift Thibaut Pinot draws a 208km goat with a Strava ride Giro dItalia 2019: Route announced including three time trials and five mountain finishes Along the way, a manageable feat.  While Strava art has been adopted by many, Start spreading the news, including Thibaut Pinot who recently drew a massive goat on a ride, the concept of Zwift art is relatively new,。

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