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Horlaxen You're going to want to keep at a pace of eighty to a hundred and ten in your rpm when you cycle. You will ride faster before you become tired, but put less strain on your knees. Your pace can easily be determined by calculating how many times the right leg rises up in ten second increments. Once you have this number, multiply it by six. This rpm is ideal, and you should aim for it.