jonathan r wrote:
Regarding cadence and climbing, GONZO said in his post on climbing
"4) Shift into a gear which allows a cadence about 5-10 rpm lower than usual."
I was under impression that a higher cadence on the flat is better because its more energy efficient, I would of thought the principle would be the same on a hill.
If you lower your cadence, are you not going to use more energy whist applying more pressure on the pedals?
Can someone clarify this.