Yorkshire: Harrogate Circuit Reverse

Distance
13.83 km
Ascent
245.2 m
Lead-in distance
0.02 km
Lead-in ascent
0 m
Level required
-
Event only?
Yes
0 m 50 m 100 m 150 m 200 m 0 km 2.8 km 5.5 km 8.3 km 11.1 km 13.8 km Yorkshire Sprint Reverse 400 m Yorkshire KOM Reverse 1.2 km, 3.8%

Segments on route

SegmentTypeDirectionDistance (on route)Average incline
Yorkshire Sprint ReverseSprintReverse400 m (2.3 - 2.7 km)-
Yorkshire KOM Reverse / Yorkshire QOM ReverseClimbReverse1.2 km (3.7 - 4.9 km)3.8%

Upcoming group workouts on route

WorkoutNameStartDurationTSS[?]Groups[?]
VO2 Max 40/20
Harrogate Circuit Reverse
2020-10-25 07:0548m53
1.0-5.0 W/kg

VO2 Max - 4x4 (40/20)

Workout overview

Duration: 48m

Stress points: 53

Zone distribution

Z1: 24m

Z2: 12m

Z3: -

Z4: -

Z5: 12m

Z6: -

50%
24%
0%
0%
25%
1%

Author: Shayne Gaffney

Today, we'll be aiming for around 16mins of VO2 Max time and incorporating a 40/20 interval approach which will challenge you for sure! Let's make it happen today! REMINDER: You can always adjust the FTP bias via the arrow keys on your keyboard, or the Zwift Companion app. Once you get over threshold, using a %FTP for workout prescription can get murky, so always adjust as needed.

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Paceline Work
Harrogate Circuit Reverse
2020-10-25 15:4538m41
1.0-5.0 W/kg

Paceline Work

Workout overview

Duration: 38m

Stress points: 41

Zone distribution

Z1: 10m

Z2: 15m

Z3: -

Z4: 10m

Z5: 3m

Z6: -

26%
39%
0%
26%
8%
1%

Author: Shayne Gaffney

This is a great workout for mimicking the demands of working in a paceline. Although gravel events feature mainly off-road and gnarly terrain, they also typically have asphalt and smoother dirt roads. Being able to stay in and work with a group as the speed inevitably increases over this terrain is crucial to achieve maximum speed due to the aerodynamic advantage gained.

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Frequently asked questions

FAQ: What do the coloured areas overlapping the elevation profile mean?

Segments along the route are coloured along the height profile. Climbs are indicated with red, sprints with green and other segments (e.g. laps or timed segments) with blue.

FAQ: What do the climb categories , , , and mean?

Climbs are categorized based on how tough they are, which depends both on the climb's length and its average incline. The toughest climbs are rated (HC comes from Hors Cat├ęgorie, which is French for beyond categorization). Less tough climbs are rated as category , less tough climbs than those are rated as , and onwards with and . Any climb less tough than category four does not get a rating.