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    2011 Strava/GPS stats - how'd you do?

    Since it looks like I'm unable to ride tomorrow, my numbers will likely stop right where they are now. Not a bad year, but not as much of an increase over 2010 as I expected.

    How did you do? I know some of you killed it in elevation and others in mileage. Some even took up road riding just to pad their stats

    Here's my 2011 - all MTB:

    Distance 3,657 mi
    Time 428hr 51m
    Elev Gain 436,190 ft
    Rides 316


    From 2010:

    * Distance
    * 3,464 mi

    * Time
    * 415:50:20

    * Elev Gain
    * 403,828 ft

    * Rides
    * 295
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    Only had mine since Feb but I got the following:

    2,139 miles (road and dirt)
    212 hours
    300 PR's
    123 rides
    327,963 feet of elevation

    My best year ever and I had a blast. My cycling improved vastly and was able to climb faster than ever. I enjoyed almost every ride and was motivated to keep going. Road with more people and meet so many more too. Just had a blast and will continue to explore new places and ride with new people.
    They never made the "Slowster"

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    OK, I'll bite.....

    From Strava:

    YEAR-TO-DATE
    Distance 2,745 mi
    Time 333hr 53m
    Elev Gain 327,664 ft
    Rides 181

    65k +/- feet more than last year and a few hundred less miles. More quality rides.

    And the best part is there is still time for one more tomorrow!
    If you see someone without a smile, give them yours

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    I just started using Strava (10/28/11), so my stats kinda suck. Plus I'm fat and slow. Mostly dirt, but some road as well.


    Distance 293 mi
    Time 27hr 48m
    Elev Gain 32,131 ft
    Rides 24

    Been trying to ride regularly after work 2 or 3 times a week and once on the weekends and doing well. Definitely feeling stronger than ever as I've been chasing the KOM whores around as they ride at their 'social' pace.

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    Biggest year for me.

    YEAR-TO-DATE
    Distance 7,502 mi
    Time 520hr 10m
    Elev Gain 528,705 ft
    Rides 279

    Mix of road, cx and mtb. Plus another 100 miles in 18 hours of running.

    Also just broke 20,000 miles on Strava a few days ago.

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    I started Strava in September of this year and love the friendly competition. All of my miles are on my Santa Cruz Blur LTc, but I'm hoping to start road biking a bit in 2012.

    YEAR-TO-DATE
    Distance 514 mi
    Time 74hr 47m
    Elev Gain 116,866 ft
    Rides 58

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    I got my garmin mid sept and hoping to grab 500k footies by that time next year. I too am fat and drink insane amounts of beer, it's my reward!

    Year-to-Date
    Count: 137 Activities
    Distance: 1,465.37 mi
    Time: 159:31:09 h:m:s
    Elevation Gain: 137,821 ft

    Today was my first day on a sub 30lb mtn bike, and it was fantastic! I moved from 2500g wheels to 1750g wheels and I can't be happier.

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    Winning, you guys are animals! Just joined strava beginning of December, on Teams MTBR and Diablo. Gettin' out there and Strava is definitely conditioning me to have my phone charged before riding!!!
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    My first ride with the Garmin was on Sept. 29th, 2011; 99% of these rides on my out-and-back daily jaunts at STCP. I also recently wearing it when I throw some weights around in the gym - so this is not all riding.

    I've only done three "lunch" road rides since I got this thing.

    Count: 52 Activities

    Distance: 681.14 mi

    Time: 68:23:33 h:m:s

    Calories: 58,210 C

    Avg Elevation Gain: 800 ft

    Avg. Speed: 10.0 mph

    Elevation Gain: 41,618 ft

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    Looking to improve for 2012

    YEAR-TO-DATE
    Distance 1,065 mi
    Time 133hr 3m
    Elev Gain 185,397 ft
    Rides 90

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    Quote Originally Posted by redmr2_man View Post
    Today was my first day on a sub 30lb mtn bike, and it was fantastic! I moved from 2500g wheels to 1750g wheels and I can't be happier.
    You could... if you picked up the 1450g set of Easton Haven Carbons that I sold a couple of months ago

    What tires are you running on the new wheelset?

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    I've heard the regular havens are a truing nightmare, not to mention all the easton hub problems people have. Couple that with carbon, and they'd be an expensive garage ornament in no time

    I couldn't get the trail king 2.2 setup, so in a hurry I tossed on a weir tcs 2.3 and a maxxis ikon 2.2. It's a weird combo: front grips like a champ, rear has no real sideknobs. Made for a scary day on connector! WTB is shipping me out some new stuff to try so it will be changing in a few days.

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    YEAR-TO-DATE
    Distance: 3,820 mi
    Time: 290hr 20m
    Elev Gain: 167,400 ft
    Rides: 215

    Not including todays planned ride though...


    Looking to significantly raise the hours for 2012. Hopefully to 400+.

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    With limited time at riding destinations outside of the Bay Area (notably Oregon and Tahoe), I can't say 2011 was my most remarkable year on two wheels. It definitely had the most elevation:

    - Distance 5,113 mi
    - Time 482hr 45m
    - Elev Gain 655,229 ft
    - Rides 276

    Hoping to raise my fitness level and XC race results for 2012 by adding some regular aggresively-paced (for me) road training rides. Thinking of running more too, since I told my girlfriend I'd get her that Tiffany's necklace by finishing the Nike Marathon. I figure I should train for that...

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    Not much...
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    well I didnt record my rides the first couple months of the year but I did enter them manually so the distance is correct but elevation is short.

    Distance 2,657 mi
    Time 303hr 46m
    Elev Gain 253,809 ft
    Rides 156

    Blur 2,202 mi
    TCR 797 mi

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    Started at the end of January. Hard to believe I averaged 1000 ft/day of climbing in 2011!

    Currently holding onto 32 KOMs
    Distance 2,412 mi
    Time 249hr 12m
    Elev Gain 366,204 ft
    Rides 153

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    Here is mine, mostly road:

    Year-to-Date
    Distance 4,635 mi
    Time 408hr 52m
    Elev Gain 654,858 ft
    Rides 227

    Will add another 1000 feet on the way home.

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    Starting at the mid-to-end of February 2011 here are my Strava stats: Ron S. | Cyclist | Strava

    Distance: 6,285 miles
    Elevation Gain: 604,443
    Time: 485 hours 54 min.
    Rides: 227
    And 75-ish KOM's: Strava | Segments | Leaders

    Strava is saying that I average 5 rides a week, 200 miles a week, at an average of 15 hours of week. I'll take that with a full time job that involves big blocks of cross country travel.

    This last month was a big volume month for me with 808 miles after today. I am tired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    Strava is saying that I average 5 rides a week, 200 miles a week, at an average of 15 hours of week.
    That's a 4-week rolling average you see in your profile, not a year-to-date or overall. But your stats are still impressive as hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by kherron View Post
    That's a 4-week rolling average you see in your profile, not a year-to-date or overall. But your stats are still impressive as hell
    aha..gotcha thanks. Didn't realize that! I thought those numbers seemed a little high...but now they make sense.

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    i've had my gps and strava since April...100% MTB and my first year SS rigid.

    Year-to-Date
    Distance 1,201 mi
    Time 145hr 32m
    Elev Gain 139,800 ft
    Rides 93

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    Don't have much in the way of elevation, miles, or anything like that since I just got my Garmin in November and I only ride maybe once a week. But I'm proud of a few KOM's and top 10 trophies on some DH sections at JMP, Rockville, Tamarancho, and Annadel. Especially the 8 minute flat on lawndale

    Now if I could only stop crashing, I guess need to learn to stop being a strava newb and pushing too hard everywhere

    Hopefullly I can start getting up earlier and logging some miles in for 2012

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    Count: 251 Activities
    Distance: 6,884.11 mi
    Time: 572:59:25 h:m:s
    Elevation Gain: 525,444 ft

    Just over 4,000 miles is commute, 1,700 in MTB and about 1,100 in road rides.

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    You guys did some serious riding this year. Nice job!

    I had a fun year this year... I rode some sweet trails and met some great people out on the trails. I mixed in a 29er SS into my riding schedule. Set a goal to climb 25K feet (on dirt) each month for 2011 and met that goal. Totals:

    Distance: 1893 Miles
    Time: 270hr 51m
    Elevation Gain: 371,872 Feet - on dirt
    Rides: 128

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