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How do I calculate the power required to climb a hill at a given cadence?
Suppose I ride at a cadence of 50RPM for 10 minutes with a 39x23 gear ratio on a hill with 10% grade. Is there a simple formula to calculate the power output required?
Jan 20 '12 at 2:45
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