A friend of mine commented that the cadence or spin rate at which I was pedaling was much lower than would be typical on a regular bicycle - and it is. I think it's inherent to the halfbike (standing posture, smaller tires, etc) rather than my particular technique. Anyone with similar observations?
(halfbiker) 1 year ago
I've noticed this too. Wiki says "Recreational and utility cyclists typically cycle around 60–80 rpm". But looking at my cadence data (Garmin Cadence sensor 2) from my 3 faster HalfBike rides (avg 15.8km @ avg 19.3km/h), my avg cadence is always a steady 45 rpm while the max ranges from 77 - 84 rpm.
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