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Old 01-01-19, 07:50 PM
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Originally Posted by TGT1 View Post
Just proved my point!

Pedal faster, go faster.

Concentrating on pedaling circles will lead you to pedaling faster.
Pedaling faster doesn't mean going faster. I can pedal faster in a 53x17 than in a 53x14, but guess which one I'll go faster in?

You're preaching some antiquated, old-school stuff, here, and you have a misunderstanding of how you and everyone else is pedaling.

I don't care about cadence, I care about putting out the power that will make my bike go fastest. And even if I did care about cadence, I'm still not accomplishing anything by trying to pedal around a full 360, except wasting my time and focus.
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Old 01-09-19, 07:22 AM
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