I have referred to google timeline when trying to remember on what days I made certain trips and noticed that unless I am using another app that uses GPS/tracking data (usually Osmand), the google sampling rate is really off - cutting me across acres of fields instead of keeping me to the roads and reducing the mileage massively - probably by about a third most times.I just wait while I get back home & then check all the data on Google Maps, gives me a picture of my ride, distance, speed etc... don't have to remember to set it going or pausing etc, just have my phone with me...
I think yes ... and no ...
I'm going to go out on a limb here because I'm not an expert but I'll hazard a guess that cycling doesn't affect leg lengthI've cycled all my life and I have always had long, fairly skinny legs. I'd wager most other members here are similar
I get asked that a lot too... despite no longer cycling to work everyday. I'm always a bit surprised that they seem surprised when I say that I haven't. I'm beginning to wonder if it's one of those questions that everyone asks everyone else at some point.someone at work asked if i had a driving license last week
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