Does it matter how long legs a cyclist have?
If a person has longer legs compared to stature than averege it means that more of your total body weight will be used to spin those pedals. Or..?
Would be interesting to know if there is a realistic difference.
According to anthropometric data of 11'000 american soldiers from 1988 your legs should statistically be around 46-48% of your total stature - for men and women.
That means measuring the height from the floor right up to your crotch (be careful with those family jewels)
Come on, I know you are going to check.
That concludes this weeks cycling math!