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Originally Posted by Carbonfiberboy View Post
Well, that's a big gear. You might consider going down to ~50 g.i. Then you can practice high rpm work at low resistance and dial up the trainer for hard work. As it is, you're stuck with a gear that's hard to turn. I've ridden with a guy who rode a 90" gear in the mountains. He's a local legend, holds a few LD fixed records. You want a gear that you can spin at least 135 in for several minutes, well 150 really.
At the moment, i don't have any space cogs for me to play my GI. I only have 48x14 atm. And i once climb a mountain that is very steep but don't know it gradient, you you can really see its like a ramp until the end and i rode that until to the top with a 80 GI! it was very tough hahaha
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