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Been riding for about 18 months as a supplement to running and recently have been increasing my distances. I typically ride alone but this past weekend rode with a couple of friends. I noticed that their cadence was much higher than mine as typically I only use the outer front gear - apparently th ... Read More »
I bought a new bike and I got Sigma BC1609(wired) bike computer with it but without cadence sensor. My question is how to mount cadence sensor(I've read somewhere that it is possible)? Do I have to get another bike computer mount or it can be mounted on existing one? [URL="http://www.ebay.com/i ... Read More »
I have a basic computer, but now I want to add a heart rate monitor and cadence for data purposes.
Are there a cadence and heart rate accessories that work well with an Android phone??
I've tried searching and I read about bluetooth devices using up too much energy, are there any Ant+ that work ... Read More »
12%+ grade, 70 gear inches (44/16)
Stand on pedal and let the weight sink down each stroke. Cadence feels like it may be 5 or so (if not, it sure feels like it)
I need to yank on the handlebar more but it's kind of sketchy without clipless pedals.
Flat handlebars is too far back for ... Read More »
I'm finding myself very comfortable with a cadence of 105-110 rpm for harder efforts and feel pretty relaxed at 95 rpm, with a zone 1 pace at about 85.
I'm glad my harder effort is around 105: the 1 hour world record is consistently set with cadences around 105.Read More »