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There is a lot of good information on this thread. A lot of differing opinions.

Our riding season here is NY is over. Here are my plans to get better on the hills.

I am going to use this off season to go to the gym and spin away. I am working on an hour of spinning at a cadence between 85 and 100 RPM for an hour and increasing the resistance. I hope to have a really good base built up by next Spring.

I am going for a proper bike fit by a professionals at Syracuse Bicycle. My very last ride was about 16 miles and the guy I rode with was talking how my seat was way to low, and I needed spacers for my peddle and a overall good bike fit.

Come Spring, I really plan on grinding the gears a lot and getting many miles under me.
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