This was going to be a post about cadence – how fast you pedal.
How choosing a low gear – exerting yourself against small tasks with low resistance – is the most efficient way to pedal and the best way to go fast.
It turns out it’s not that simple. Sometimes the bigger, slower pushes work well.
But often – and especially when you’ve got a hill to climb – choosing a low gear is the easiest and fastest way to go.
And at other times, even it it only feels easier… well, it’s easier to do things that feel easy.
Low gear. High Cadence.
Go. Go. GO.