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Old 06-24-19, 06:47 AM
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I use a cadence sensor. I always know where my legs are, usually attached to my hips at one end and to my feet at the other end.

I use the cadence sensor, however, as a reference point, especially when doing the local climbs. It is sort of like a tachometer in a manual transmission car.

The sensors are rather inexpensive and very reliable.

Ride safely.
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