So.....last summer when i started commuting I had a typical flat road cadence of 80-90. It wasnt anything I worried too much about, i wasnt pushing low gears at 60 so I figured my knees would be fine at 85 avg.
Then winter hits, and its dark !
Dark in the morning, dark in the evening. Im spending 2 hours a day in the saddle in the dark. My cyclo computer has no backlight so it just kinda comes along on my rides, hidden but keeping track of my milage for me
So this week, the rain stops, the skys part, and on my way home, there is this orb in the sky. I can actually read my cyclo computer. So i hit a few buttons and theres my cadence at 100-105 going down the same flat road. I wasnt even aware my normal cadence was faster, it feels the same mentaly.
Apperently darkness was good for me ! Just one of those odd things I thought given all the time we get to actually think commuting