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"Hi Durian rider, I am interest in this thread.
I found a online bike calculator at bikecalc.com and looked up the charts for speeds at a set cadence. When I entered 39 ring with 27 cassette at a cadence of 80you would be travelling at 14.5kmph.
"Rofl laughing they are good but need good core strength but as above you don't get much resistance from hem good spinning and core work out. The first time I tried them I nearly died but now I reckon I could try them but I prefer my trainer..…"
The issue of Bicycling Australia from July-Aug 2011 has a masterclass on how to ride rollers.
I used this article to learn how myself.....good fun
Try your local library for a copy.
Charles-Sturt council libraries has the mag.
Hi all.I have just bought some rollers to keep me riding during the wet days we have been having lately, but I don't know what I should be doing on them.I would like to know what heart rate you should try to maintain, speed and cadence and for how long.ThanksSee More