Olympic Cyclist Vs. Toaster: Can He Power It?

Olympic Cyclist Vs. Toaster: Can He Power It?


Okey, you feel ready? Everything’s okey with the handlebar seatpost, shoes, suit? Everyone on positions, we’re getting ready for take remember that when Robert loses power the toaster will pop up. You can feel like taste of blood in your mouth. Wan’t to lie down? My legs hurts hard. The monster is beaten. Nobody can believe, if you do it at the breakfast inside the toaster, nobody can believe how much work it is to toast it. I know it now! It’s crazy. It’s f*cking hard.

100 Replies to “Olympic Cyclist Vs. Toaster: Can He Power It?”

  1. Vertical bike are inefficient for power production. The pressure on the down stroke is limited because there is nothing the back of the hips can press against.

    A recumbent bike has a back to press the back of the hips against to push the pedal on its power stroke.

  2. So ummm he worked that hard and created enough energy to toast a slice of bread? Wow. I could do that with way less energy by pushing the toast button.

  3. This video gives you an idea of ​​how much electricity we are wasting and how much muscle power we should use to generate electricity if there were no other methods

  4. Love cylcling videos just what I need to get it going the blood I love it. I always watch these before I go out and get my body moving. I always watch one of these, and then put up my heavy playlist like Delta Parole, Three Days Grace, System and then I just go haaaaard!!!! Tactic hasnt let me down yet.

  5. Toasters are under appreciated. Make this apart of your morning workout to truly appreciate your breakfast lol

  6. Very cool. Interestingly much thinner, less muscled cyclists can maintain that out put for much longer. You can see that in hill climbing videos. He is incredibly muscled head to toe, all that muscle uses up oxygen way too fast. This is why normally, track sprint cyclists like him have very muscled legs but not so much in the upper body.

  7. Just for the record, for six years straight I rode and raced a minimum of 10,000 miles a year and my legs don’t look anything like that.

  8. In the world of cycling, we want strength, not muscle mass. Muscle mass slows us down on climbs and are potentially less aerodynamic.

  9. I managed 746w for 50 seconds today at 67kg on my commute home from work. Got a KOM. Don't think I could match his 2000w sprint though.

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