Excuse me for my probable ignorance. I've been seriously considering getting a single speed for commuting back and forth from work. The terrain here is relatively flat and riding the Felt back and forth seems a bit much. I rarely shift, and then only to break up the monotony. I figure I need only one gear. It's a 10 mile one way commute and very little elevation. What are your suggestions on gearing? I've pretty much settled on what bike I'll get, I just need some suggestions on what the gearing should be. Before any of you "Go Off" on me, I've been commuting for about 7 years, first on a MTB and then converted to a Felt f75 (That I feel is a bit too much bike for a commute). I normally bike to work about 3 to 4 times a week, if I'm not sick. The weather is not a much of a hindrance, unless it drops below 17 degree's (That's just freakishly cold!) But, that don't happen very ofter here. I really would like some input here. Last year, before I moved, I converted my Schwinn Moab2 to a single speed and it was geared 32x18 and it seemed way to easy and slow. I gave it to my daughter, she seems to like it, but doesn't ride much. I want gearing that will get me to where I need to go in a timely manner and not make me hurt when I arrive? Any suggestions will be appreciated! Thanks in advance!