We provide general drag setting that will work for most riders, but you may need to do some tweaking to get your drag numbers dialed in.
The best way to do this is to adjust your 0 degree yaw angle drag in your bike settings. Try finding a high and low default setting (from your bike setup) then adjust your 0 yaw drag between these points by running the model and matching your average power (not normalized) and time compared to a known race result. Note you may be a bit more aero for short races where you hold your position better than longer races like Ironman where you try to stay more comfortable. We suggest creating a bike profile for each. One for longer and one for shorter distance races.