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Am trying to work on my cadence after reading a few books and buying a cadence computer at New year. My training is mostly commuting to wrk, and I just try to hold a cadence above 90, with the odd set of higher cadence for 60 secs or so, but really I just try to pedal faster, and do it everyday. Have certainly improved my average cadence doing this for about 5 months now, wonder if anyone has advice on a good approach to cadence training and target cadence.
 

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Because it was funny two of us started doing first gear races for about a half mile.

Cadence/warm up - on your trainer (easiest gear) start at 60 rpm and add 5 rpm every minute until 120. Then start again at 60 and add 5 rpm every 15 seconds until 150. 100 rpm will feel easy.
 
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