We can help you find out. On a very basic level, cyclists can be divided into two types - Rouleurs and Sprinters.
Rouler: A Rouleur is a steady power rider. They can go the distance, and maintain a steady output over long periods of time. Rouleurs are traditionally good time trialists. Physiologically, Rouleurs are characterized by a comparatively high percentage of Type 1 muscle fibers.
Sprinter: A Sprinter is a short-burst powerhouse. Sprinters can recover quickly between hard accelerations but sometimes struggle with extended efforts. Physiologically, Sprinters are characterized by a comparatively high percentage of Type 2 muscle fibers.
Your uploaded data will help determine what you’re inclined to excel at. Keep in mind that, as humans, we’re all basically endurance animals!
You can also check out this blogpost to find out what specific types of cycling athletes and events exist!