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Hi, looking for an app to calculate gear ratios on Android.The calculator app should do the trick. Divide the ring teeth by the cog teeth and multiply by your wheel diameter.
We weren't against a deadline and did that section in 12 days, so it should be doable with a little time to spare.Are you sure you counted right Pete? I just took a look at your journal, and you left Sebree (25 miles west of Utica) on August 8 and arrived in Yorktown on August 22. Isn't that 15 days? Jacob seems to have 13 days available to do the same distance (less 25 miles). I do agree with you that it should be possible to do it in 13 days if he can do about 75 miles a day.
Yeesh...seems like someone figured out cyclists have money.I don't think they are considering cyclists at all. They set these prices based on big RVs with big boats, and they don't see any need to offer reduced rates for people with smaller footprints.