Leg Angular Range measures how much the thighs move up and down while pedaling.
- Looking at right and left Leg AR values provides insight to left/right movement imbalances.
The Leg Angular Range is calculated by subtracting the angle of the thigh at its lowest point from its highest point. An athlete should attempt to maximize their Leg Angular Range without sacrificing a stable pelvic tilt or an aggressive torso angle. Leg Angular Range should not be increased using incorrect form or bad bike fit, such as by hyper-extension of the knee, a low saddle height, increasing the Foot Angular Range, by crank lengthening, etc.
The up-to-down angular range of the left and right thighs (with the hip as the vertex) along a pedaling stroke, in degrees.
Range: 0° (static) - 99.9° (dynamic)