I normally work on getting the cadence up to 90+ Yes, that would be helpful on any bike your better off spinning then mashing.
working in a pack- still good to know, but if your thinking about a pace line the bent will have a hard time drafting off a DF, and a DF will have a hard time drafting a bent, and the way that the diffrent bikes climb hills may be a problem. As well as the diffrent speeds between the bent and DF on the downhills.
What do I need to do different for the guy on the ‘bent? Dont eat a high fiber diet before the ride....
lots of info on the web about bents, but I dont recall any geared at traning.
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