Having read the various very helpful threads on Flywheel “inertia” or more accurately momentum / kinetic energy
Some good thoughts by @mcneese.chad
And having watched Shane’s (@GPLama) video
Given that up until now I have always used the little chainring, in the middle of the cassette with my KICKR Snap, I have a couple of queries
As someone who predominantly rides MTB or CX, but struggles to ride at higher speeds or hold the wheel during flat sections of occasional road rides (hills and rolling terrain fine) would training more in the big chainring on the trainer improve ability on flat road rides?
Would the big chainring be better for longer VO2 intervals, where I find my cadence dropping as the interval progresses. I know these are hard no matter, but I wondered if it would be easier to stay “on top of the gear” as @GPLama suggests
Complicated topic, but interested in people’s thoughts