Thanks! I am using the garmin vector 3s powermeter. When caliberating, I always ensure that my torque on the pedal is 0.0. Even I am quite surprised that I am not able to have a high average speed but I have a data from a recent fondo/organized ride I can provide. It was a race pace for the second half and I was not doing any work on the front but was hanging on to professionals and cat 1 racers. The last time I have done any ftp test was a while ago(I think in January) and haven’t assessed my fitness ever since then.
Here is the data from that ride. https://www.trainerroad.com/career/yajvans/rides/56062012-morning-ride. Normalized power was 231 for the second half(race pace) and the average speed for that was 32.4kph.
I am also surprised that I am able to maintain my weight(65kgs) as I was 70kgs before. I checked with a different weighing machine this afternoon and it was 66kgs so not a big difference.
edit: my indoor setup is a tacx neo smart trainer but I usually ride with my garmin vector 3s powermeter.
edit2: while caliberating, is having 0.0 torque fine or should it be more or less?
edit3: If my powermeter were to be wrong, I am ready to accept that I am not that strong but would like to know how am I in the right zone and what should I be doing to match my indoor and outdoor efforts.