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Old 06-24-19, 12:37 PM
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chemistry76
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Cadence is good info to have. As a well rounded cyclist, you want to be able to efficiently spin circles in a wide range of cadences. 60 rpm on the low side for tough climbs, up to 90-95 for normal riding, and 120+ for all out efforts. (Everyone is different though). It takes awhile to train your body to spin these ranges efficiently (without bobbing at the higher RPMs). I find I spin a high cadence often - its easy to push an easy gear fast for me. Some folks like to "mash" and spin a harder gear slow. Find your natural cadence, and then expand upon it.
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