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Old 06-19-20, 11:25 PM
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Originally Posted by surak View Post
Small crank length differences don't change power output, only preferred cadence. And small differences to crank length only change that preferred cadence a small amount. If you were in your smallest gear, you wouldn't have magically found more power with a 2.5mm shorter crank to go from mashing to spinning. If you weren't in your lowest gear, then you really can't complain that you wanted a higher cadence.
Absolutely agree. The difference would have been marginal. Although, you can put out more consistent power for a longer time at a higher cadence.
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