Looking for riders (from Finland)

Hi All. Would like to know if there is any way to get connected with riders in events You have participated. There was few from Finland. Is There any way to get connected to them.

Jouni Myllylä

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Hey @Jouni_Myllyla and welcome to the forums! Are you asking about a specific event you did, or are you just in general looking for others from Finland?

Hi Glen Coutts.
Just had a ride on Trans Pyrenees. Saw few finnish riders there and would like to get connected with them…or anyone who’s intrested. I’m a Newbie in this. Just started to ride few month ago. I was excited but found out that there’s alot very tough riders here. We’ll just started in age of 60 so can’t except better. I joined trainerroad and was very pleased with the way they did… After every ride system changed next ride if needed by the result of the ride. Do you know if there is same possibilities of that function in near future.
Here in X You make a program which doesn’t change by the performance???
Sorry fo my writing… not very fluent

BR Jouni

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First, your English is much better than my Finnish :stuck_out_tongue:

This was an RGT event. You can see the names of the riders in the results but to contact them, the only way that I can think of would be to search their names in the forum (look them up as users)

Or joint one of the RGT Facebook user groups and see if they may be on there.

I’ve moved your post to the RGT category in the forum here. Maybe that will help too.

As for the functions of changing ride intensity based on your performance, that is not something that RGT can do. It is also not something that SYSTM can do at the moment. I don’t think they are looking at implementing that either but I could be wrong.

So to be clear. Wahoo X has 2 different and very distinct apps. RGT (which you did the Trans Pyrenees) and SYSTM, which consists of cycling workouts/videos designed by the Wahoo Sport Scientists as well as yoga, strength and mobility training, mental toughness training, swim/run workouts and training plans.

What SYSTM does do is offer 2 cycling fitness tests. The simpler and more approachable one is called Half Monty and is a special ramp test with an added extension that will help determine your Cycling Threshold Heart Rate, your 20 minute power (FTP) and your 5 Minute power (Max Aerobic Power). The tougher one, called Full Frontal tests your 5 sec, 1 minute, 5 minute and 20 minute power, and gives you a rider type and profile. It’s much harder and does take some practice to get right.

There’s 2 plans in the SYSTM app that you can use to try them both.

Hope this helps :slight_smile:

Thanks for all. I did the Full Frontal and got my “rank”. It was pretty tough for a Newbie like me but I succeeded it without collaps



FF is tough for everyone.

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Nice to know🤣

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