This contains the signal processor, electronics, and eddy-current brake.
The holder for the display is forward of the "drip zone". It attaches well enough that one could pickup the bike with the holder.
Power display. One can start and end a session, run a workout, or select another data display.
One can create a workout plan or select one that has been previously created.
Workouts are created from sets and repetitions of specific durations with recover time between.
Slope, rolling resistance, air density, wind speed, and wind direction can be set for the modeled conditions.
Rider weight, bike weight, wheel diameter, and rider/bike coefficient of drag can be set for the model.
Power is displayed as a function of time or distance.
Speed is displayed as a function of time or distance.
Torque is displayed as a function of time or distance.
Energy is displayed as a function of time or distance.
Instantaneous power during a pedal stroke is displayed in real time.
Data values are updated every second. One may have a workout session and within the workout session one may model many course setups. Parameters are recorded based on the session and each setup.
This graphic gives a rider some warning about abrupt changes in the course such as steep hills. The fatter the line, the greater the rolling resistance. The very fat line is a sand pit being modeled in a 'cross race.
One can pick a predefined course or set one up.
One can select units.