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Old 07-30-13, 05:11 PM
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I used to when I first started riding. I like getting those kinds of details. In comparison with Road riding, the cadence is not that big an issue on a Mountain Bike. Your cadence varies on climbs, short blasts, long downhills. If you are doing fire or power line roads and XC trails, a cadence sensors gives good feedback on busy you stayed.

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