I've got a new book out – The Power Meter Handbook. I wrote it this past spring and it just hit the shelves. Here is a sample from it. This is Chapter 3 along with the Table of Contents and the Index. It's a small book. In all there are 10 chapters and 224 pages.
It's intended to be a simple introduction to using a power meter – enough to get you started and down the road the first year. It will help you use the data you collect to improve your riding and performance immediately. It focuses on road cyclists, triathletes, and century riders, but anyone with a power meter will benefit. After reading it and applying the training ideas from it you'll be ready to move on Allen and Coggan's Training and Racing with a Power Meter, which takes a broader view and is more comprehensive.
I'm quite excited to have this book finally come to market and look forward to hearing your comments here.
The Power Meter Handbook is now available for $16.95 at bookstores now.