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Running vs Bike riding energy expenditure

Old 10-10-21, 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by guachi View Post
There are people who like to go further or faster who aren't racing. In addition, going further/faster does have value in exercise. If going places had no value in exercise we'd all exercise indoors. I do a LOT of riding inside but my favorite rides are all outside. I tell people who don't bike that a big reason I bike instead of run is because I can go faster and further and, therefore, see more stuff. Suffering, but with great views (for the best rides). My stupid expensive bike is 10% faster than my merely expensive bike and I absolutely can't wait to take more trips with it (especially to Europe) and be able to see just a little bit more when I go ride for the same effort.
Might as well end the debate after this post. It definitely answers all of the questions.
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