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if i use rear cog of 32 and chainwheel of 26 i get up most hills tho slowly but can start wobbling if speed drops....if i go up to 34 or 36 teeth on reae cog then presumably it will be easier but wobble and safety may become an issue if cars etc.are passing. so prob that ratio 26/32 or 0.8 is the lowest i can get safely so now i have to lose a bit of weight get a lighter bike and get a bit fitter althouhg knees can ache a bit. TY