Your pace is how long it takes you to cover a mile. (It took me a while to figure it out, too.) Runners tend to care more about their pace than cyclists. (I've never heard a cyclist talk about 4-minute miles; we're more likely to say we averaged 15 mph.)
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I have been sing Endomondo to track my stats while I am out riding and it give a stat for both speed measured in m.p.h. and pace....shouldn't these numbers be the same? Which number should I go by?
F'rinstance....I went out the other evening before dusk for a quick couple of miles, according to Endomondo, I went 2.28 miles in 17'04 with an average speed of 8 m.p.h and a pace of 7.29 min/mile. So I am confused.
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