When calibrating a running speed source (e.g. a foot pod), Zwift allows calibration at one speed, and we’re advised to make it the speed at which we’ll most likely be running.
For many footpods (e.g. Milestone, Garmin) this means that when running at the calibrated speed, things are fine, but when running at different speeds, the speed being reported to Zwift is faster or slower than the speed shown on the treadmill.
Could Zwift be enhanced to allow calibration at a few different speeds please, so that the reported vs. actual speeds can be more closely aligned at a range of speeds?
Ideally this should be done in a single calibration session, with the user able to select the range of speeds over which to calibrate, and Zwift then adjusting in-run using the calibration data for whichever calibration speed is closest to the current speed