Maybe a Kickr hardware issue but I seem to no longer feel any difference in the gradients. I just notice that the gradient number has gone up and my speed has gone down but my pedal effort seems the same. I can ride the London escalator 15% incline seated while everybody else is out of the saddle. My trainer resistance is set to max. Something is wrong because I used to really suffer up the steep inclines like everyone else. Any ideas?
Just FYI, I did a spindown.
Connected via Bluetooth?
It’s worth commenting that this is illusory rather than a real reflection of how others are riding. Zwift doesn’t in any way know whether someone is in or out of the saddle, and it always shows other riders out of the saddle if the gradient is 3% or more.
Would you like to know more…?
Daren, I have put 1200 miles on this Kickr and I definitely used to feel gradients of all types. The 15% incline in London always had me out of the saddle on my bike (both at home and virtually) and I really had to work for it. Now it’s just not that hard. Something has definitely changed.
I’m not disputing your problem - just noting that you can’t infer anything from anyone being “out of the saddle” or not. =)
Terry, I recently upgraded to iOS12. Any connection there?
Not sure if IOS 12 or the recent Zwift update is to blame. Seems BT is causing some issues on Zwift for IOS devices however
Sorry what’s “BT”. Any fixes in the works?