Yes. I'm sure. Like all riders, Bond has a powermeter on his bike. His TT power in world TTs at Innsbruck was right there mid 400s. Like 455. And TT bike is notorious for lowering watts. No surprise given his class and being much bigger than Wiggins.Nomath wrote: ↑May 8th, 2020, 10:05 amAre you sure? He should go for the world hour record!
British cyclist Bradley Wiggins, who, in 2015, pedaled 54.526 kilometers (33.881 miles) to set the current men's record, is estimated to have averaged 440 watts.
(I know Victor Campenaerts improved the WHR in April, 2019. I couldn't find his average wattage, except this :
Even current record holder Victor Campenaerts couldn't come close to Wiggins wattage. Campenaerts' Hour Record attempt saw him holding 330 watts over the hour..)
That's correct for Campenaerts. Much smaller guy, did the hour at altitude in a very extreme position.