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Old 05-15-10, 08:26 AM
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Yes. It is easy. And . . . you'll know your cadence.

If you do any training on your bike, several types of workouts require you to know your cadence. Also, most cyclists have a cadence "zone" within which they have better speed and endurance. A cadence monitor helps you know if you're within your zone.
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