Chapeau gives you the power to analyze each and every ride and optimize your training.
Fast access to all your rides! Easily see which sessions have first place power rankings. Quickly navigate to any session based on year, month, and ride date / name.
Updated in 2.1 Chapeau presents a clean view of your ride showing a succinct summary of critical ride statistics, advanced statistics, nice overview of your route, and time-based metrics for power, effective power, speed, and cadence.
A slick overview of your training. See weekly summary for distance, stress, energy, and more. Use the calendar to see your sessions as well as navigate to the details.
Search / Filter Sessions
Trying to find that ride where you had a long ride or best power or fast sprint or climbed for what felt like days? Use Chapeau’s filter capabilities to search your entire history based on ride statistics as well as time-based statistics.
Updated in 2.1 This map has it all! Silky smooth interactions with your ride charts, current power bests, speed and power overlays. All the information you need for post ride analysis and for pre-race planning
Updated in 2.1 Overlay your speed, power, heart rate and more. See the full detail of your session on the map. Toggle on/off selected power intervals to see where your best efforts were on your ride.
Got LR data from your power meter? Chapeau shows density plots of LR Balance, Torque Effectiveness, and Pedal Smoothness. Balance related data is also shown in the time domain for the duration of the session.
Create segments, and view a summary, history and comparisons of different attempts to track your improvement.
All your segment attempts in one simple view. Rankings and full summary statistics for each segment attempt.
Detailed analysis of multiple segment attempts, compare based on power, speed, time, etc. Choose specific segment attempts or focus on recent attempts or best attempts.
Bests Chart “Hintervals”
Interactively visualize the where / when for best power and speed on your current ride. Mouse over the current session curve chart and see the corresponding “hinterval”. The highlighted box will represent the best interval of that time length during your session colored by zone.
Performance at a Glance
Updated in 2.1 Getting Faster? Slower? Stronger? Weaker? Spinning? Grinding? Chapeau can let you know! See how you are doing and how that compares to your general trend for speed, power, heart rate, cadence, and more.
View and compare your full summary by year of all the loaded sessions.
Athlete Metrics Journaling
Updated in 2.1 With Athlete Metrics Journaling include your weight, ftp, max heart rate, critical power and more for any date and these values with be respected in the calculations Chapeau provides.
It’s not always about the bike… but sometimes it is, you know? Chapeau lets you add equipment to the database and assign it to any session so you can easily see what you were on and when you were on it.
Loading your historical ride files is as easy as drag and drop. No file count limits, no file size limits. Can download recent rides from Strava or better yet just add your fit, tcx, gpx, json files and Chapeau will do the heavy lifting to import and validate your data.
Notification of Power Bests
Chapeau gives you immediate feedback on your rides by showing you the new personal bests you’ve achieved for power and effective power.
Updated in 2.1 Missed some miles? Forgot to turn on your head unit? Or maybe tracking gym sessions? Either way, Chapeau has you covered. Use a manual session to include additional training you’ve done that should show up in your fatigue.
Training Plan Session
Model your gains by including your plans. Fill out your future training plans by importing intervals from erg or mrc trainer files.
During loading, Chapeau may mark some sessions as invalid based on the data it contains. For example when a session is detected that has a speed or power which seems unreasonable (100 mph for instance), the ride will be marked invalid. To make it clear why a session was marked invalid, Chapeau now provides feedback at load time indicating the reason: