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Old 11-07-19, 07:43 PM
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BTW, the horz lines on the Heart Rate "seems" to be labeled incorrectly. They look like they should be labeled with the avg HR, not the max. I think that the label is the max, but just looks like it's the avg because it's next to it. And it's kind of obvious that the graph should peak at the max.

There was a long thread on here wondering if you could get the same level of exercise on an electric bike as a regular bike. I think the answer is yes. There are caveats, like what kind of ebike and how you set the motor assistance. But the bottom line is if you want to push yourself, it is possible to do that on an electric bike.

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