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Techniques to increase average cadence for endurance-riding?
According to the Wikipedia entry here: Recreational and utility cyclists typically cycle around 60–80 rpm. According to cadence measurement of 7 professional cyclists during 3 week races they ...
Dec 28 '11 at 21:20
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