Ride time vs Moving time

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  • steve_b77
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    Auto pause set at say 5kph, every time you drop below that it’ll count as non-moving time

    Premier Icon Russell96
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    Nope always set off and just double checked, also on an MTB group ride theres always plenty of stopped time logged.

    steve_b77
    Member

    That’s always the case on MTB 😉 every junction itll pause if you do.

    Saying that 46seconds in 3 hours ain’t much

    Premier Icon Russell96
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    I know it kinda shocked me, but I honestly didn’t stop for anything and even set off a couple of 30mph signs on route.

    Premier Icon Russell96
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    Uploaded my Darkside ride onto Garmin Connect earlier on and spotted something very usual well for me and more so on a road ride. Ride time 3:11:20 Moving time 3:10:34.

    Where were all the cars today? and I musn’t have stopped at many junctions or roundabouts to achieve that plus it wasn’t as if it was silly o’clock so where were they? not in North East Wales at least all in all a lovely day to be out.

    stevewhyte
    Member

    Funny I was thinking of this today, I. Did a 50 mile road ride, with a few stops. But the ride time was not that much less than the moving ie, and I was stopped for at lest 10 mins.

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