In the pedaling system of the conventional type, the human foot effort is applied on the sprocket shaft. In the invented pedaling system, the human foot effort is applied adjacent to the teeth of the sprocket. This is similar to that of a flywheel of a machine or a village grain’s grinder wherein the handle is provided at the edge and not at the center. Normally there is one set of pedaling system consisting of a sprocket, a pedal, a pedal rod, a chain and a freewheel provided on one side of the sprocket shaft in the conventional pedaling system. In the invented system, there are two similar sets of pedaling systems, one set on each side of the sprocket shaft, wherein the human foot effort is applied adjacent to the teeth of the sprocket in each set. This invented technology delivers easy and non-strain pedaling for the rider.