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    2012 Strava/GPS stats - how'd you do?

    Compared to 2011?
    Still a few days to go and add those last few miles/footies.
    Here's to refresh your memory:
    2011 Strava/GPS stats - how'd you do?

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    Better than last year. Don't think I'll be upping the ante for 2013 - at least as far as elevation goes.

    2011 Totals

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

    2012 Totals

    - Distance 5,320.0mi
    - Time 572hr 20m
    - Elev Gain 752,116ft
    - Rides 288

    Hoping to try some ultra endurance stuff for 2013 - in addition to picking up a DH bike

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    I did

    - Distance: 40,361mi.
    - Time: 103hr 32m
    - Elev Gain: 7,041,891 ft
    - Rides: 14

    Kale shakes helped some.

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

    This year:
    Year-to-Date
    Distance 6,743.7mi
    Time 566hr 30m
    Elev Gain 836,437ft
    Rides 277
    Last edited by poff; 12-31-2012 at 02:25 PM.

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    Hmm… other than getting out a calculator, I have no idea how to see the 2011 footies/rides/miles.

    For 2012 this is what I have been good for (EDITED 12/31/2012 @ 6:51PM Pacific Time):

    Year-to-Date
    Distance 4,521.3mi
    Time 462hr 13m
    Elev Gain 536,893ft
    Rides 158

    2,485.8 of those miles (including two no-dabs runs up Dogmeat in the past week ) were done on my 38 pound 9:zero:7 “fatfukk” fatbike with 16 pounds of rotating mass (wheels/tires/tubes/spokes/hubs). Strava needs to have more granular “toughness determination” algorithms that take into consideration the rotating mass one has to keep spinning.
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    WOW!! You guys are studs!

    Here's mine, a bit more pedestrian. But was still happy I got out to ride as much as I did.

    Year-to-Date
    Distance 2,490.2mi
    Time 271hr 41m
    Elev Gain 216,969ft
    Rides 181

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGarcia View Post
    WOW!! You guys are studs!
    I obviously didn't do 7million feet of climbing in 14 rides. I just don't have the time to ride as much as some do. I think I did about where you are, give or take.

    EDIT:

    Yeah! Not too far off from you. My rides are very short (average 14-15 miles in 1:26) with only about 1,100' - 1,200' a ride. I feel like I'm training for cyclocross constantly, considering how I'm always racing the clock to get back to work. I get a very small window of time during my day to ride (lunch rides), and that's about it.

    I didn't do any long rides at all this year. Probably the longest ride I did was under 40 miles (just checked, it was 34 miles ). My job requires working from early morning to late night, so this is me, with only doing lunch rides and out-and-backs on the weekends.

    I think, even if I had 3/4/5 hours free to ride, I would have anxiety, thinking I needed to get back to work. You guys with all those miles and feet baffle the hell out of me.

    Count: 191 Activities
    Distance: 2,822.43 mi
    Elevation Gain: 224,753 ft
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    I guess I've plateaued. I really thought I was riding more this year, but Nov and Dec have been really lean. Too much working and then the rain makes it easy to sit on the couch and drink beer. The upside is my tolerance for Imperial IPAs is at an all time high.

    Okay - got in two more rides for 2012 so I could surpass the 2011 elevation:

    Distance 3,735.2mi
    Time 440hr 4m
    Elev Gain 437,136ft
    Rides 296


    2011:

    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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    How does one get Strava's last year total elevation without adding it up manually?

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    Distance: 7,977.5mi
    Time: 604hr 19m
    Elev Gain: 621,854ft
    Rides: 298

    and KOM list stretched to the 9th page.

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    Just finished last ride of the year on a brand spankin' new kick ass trail in my back yard...bring on 2013:

    Avg Rides / Week 4
    Avg Distance / Week 49mi
    Avg Time / Week 7hr 24m
    Year-to-Date
    Distance 2,508.3mi
    Time 370hr 41m
    Elev Gain 461,719ft
    Rides 211
    I'm not sure how this works.

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    I'm pretty impressed with some of the totals people have put up for this past year! I just started Strava in May but I didn't get serious with the mileage until the Summer anyway, so start date would probably not have mattered.

    Anyway, today's final ride of 2012 put me over my goal for the year of 2000 miles:

    Average rides per week: 4
    Average distance per week: 75 miles
    Average hours per week: 5 hours 43 minutes

    Distance: 2004.6 miles
    Time: 178 hours 43 minutes
    Elevation gain: 204,173 feet
    Rides: 171

    To be fair, over half of that mileage was on my old Stumpjumper hardtail on pretty firm surfaces. The elevation is mostly climbing Montara on my Nomad.

    Next year was originally going to set a goal of 3000 miles but after reading this thread I'm thinking I'd be a wimp if I didn't at least aim for 4000!

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    Distance 1,888.2mi
    Time 183hr 14m
    Elev Gain 215,627ft
    Rides 108

    Nothing to write home about. I did learn a lot about beer and introduced lots of Corona and Heinekin drinkers to real beer. I'm more proud of that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximilian VII View Post
    How does one get Strava's last year total elevation without adding it up manually?
    Not sure how to do it in Strava - I just looked at the MTBR thread from last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    KOM list stretched to the 9th page.
    LOL, I have 8. 8 KOMs. Not 8 pages of KOMs. I used to have more, but then this Belgian guy called “Dirk” and some German guy called “Marco” came along and mopped things up for me… oh, and that cardiogeezer guy called “Clark”, too.
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    All dirt, all on the same bike....
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    2012 Strava/GPS stats - how'd you do?-imageuploadedbytapatalk1357022082.646352.jpg
    Great year of riding, but very slow ending.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoBalance View Post
    I did learn a lot about beer and introduced lots of Corona and Heinekin drinkers to real beer. I'm more proud of that!
    Bravo on the most successful 2012 I've seen posted in this thread yet. Well done sir. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    LOL, I have 8. 8 KOMs. Not 8 pages of KOMs. I used to have more, but then this Belgian guy called “Dirk” and some German guy called “Marco” came along and mopped things up for me… oh, and that cardiogeezer guy called “Clark”, too.
    You still have 8? I'll have to look into those...

    Now just imagine if you had a bike that weighed less than 80 lbs. Sure, you'd lose your martyr status with the anti-weight weenie crowd, but I'm thinking more of those crown thingies would show up after your rides.

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    ^^^ Not many hills or mountains where you ride??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirkrameroy View Post
    Now just imagine if you had a bike that weighed less than 80 lbs. Sure, you'd lose your martyr status with the anti-weight weenie crowd, but I'm thinking more of those crown thingies would show up after your rides.
    Sure thing. On your next Kennedy ride, the ancient rascal and yourself really should swap bikes for a change.

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    More feet, more miles, more trips, lower cadence, and lower heart rate!
    It's all good.
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    Made 1502 Miles, 216 hours, 216k footies, 158 rides.

    Not a lot of miles but most of it was up and down the sides of the Auburn SRA canyon, so I'm pleased.

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    About half as much as 2011, which was one third of 2010 =/

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    Modest numbers compared to others, but for me a significant improvement over the previous year:

    2011: 617 miles, 78,331 footies
    2012: 1,003 miles, 132,507 footies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    LOL, I have 8. 8 KOMs. Not 8 pages of KOMs. I used to have more, but then this Belgian guy called “Dirk” and some German guy called “Marco” came along and mopped things up for me… oh, and that cardiogeezer guy called “Clark”, too.
    HahA well i ride road, mtn, and cx so i have more opportunities for KOMs than if I just rode one style. Plus, as others have said, if you started riding a bike with a normalized weight you'd probably have a few more too.


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    <p align="center"><img border="2" src=" http://californication.mtbguru.com/pics/Various/2012Strava.jpg"></img>
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    2012 according to Strava:
    Distance: 8947.1 Miles
    Time: 580.33 Hours
    Elevation: 608,873 ft
    Rides (and a few runs): 349
    Personal Records: 549

    Biggest month: June with 1,217.10 Miles, 75 Hours, and 82,062 ft of Vert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clintox50 View Post
    2012 according to Strava:
    Distance: 8947.1 Miles
    Time: 580.33 Hours
    Elevation: 608,873 ft
    Rides (and a few runs): 349
    Personal Records: 549

    Only 8 pages of KOMs... I bow down to the Ronimal!
    HA...KOMs are meaningless. It's the real race results that matter and that's where I bow down to you!

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    A few web sites can extract Strava ride information and present it in different ways, including showing year-by-year stats.

    Strava Annual Summary
    - this provides yearly stats
    Strava Multiple Ride Mapper
    - map all of your rides on a single map, like ElHombre did
    VeloViewer - Your Strava Dashboard!
    - a different way of looking at rides/segments/stats

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    Strava has the weekly/monthly statistics switch, but now that we have been using it for two years, they should add a yearly option to that.
    I had to manually add all the monthly totals to get my statistics:
    Year 2011 2012
    Miles 3687 3947
    Hours 335 368
    Feet 375667 348009
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    I sucked this year

    Quote Originally Posted by Zen_Turtle View Post
    Compared to 2011?
    Still a few days to go and add those last few miles/footies.
    Here's to refresh your memory:
    2011 Strava/GPS stats - how'd you do?

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    Too embarrassed to post numbers.

    Heck, too embarrassed to look them up.

    I started using Strava about halfway through the year. My Garmin account got messed up when I bought a used Garmin Edge off fleabay, thought I erased everything, and ended up importing a bunch of stuff from the previous owner. Grrrr... too much of a PITA to sort it out.

    So, my numbers are all screwy anyway.

    *edit*

    Okay, I ran the numbers. It looks like all of the previous owner's miles were before 2012, so I'm good.

    575 miles
    81k feet of climbing.
    115 hours, 50 minutes moving time.

    Not bad considering I only get one ride a week, didn't have time to do any full day rides, and took six weeks off the bike during the house move.
    Last edited by pimpbot; 01-06-2013 at 10:25 PM.

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    Best year ever

    Best year ever. Only do dirt.

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    Pimpbot, you're not the only one who's pressed for time. This year, I managed to ride 121 hours for about 1100 miles. A good chunk of those miles came from 6 am quick road rides before work too. I'm shooting for slightly more this year.
    Faster is not always better, but it's always more fun

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    Not too bad since I got the Garmin in the begining of Feb, but it includes trainer miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JL de Jong View Post
    Strava has the weekly/monthly statistics switch, but now that we have been using it for two years, they should add a yearly option to that.
    I had to manually add all the monthly totals to get my statistics:
    Year 2011 2012
    Miles 3687 3947
    Hours 335 368
    Feet 375667 348009
    I used VeloViewer tool mentioned above to get my stats as well.

    Year 2011 2012
    Total rides: 168 176
    Total distance: 3698 mi 3918 mi
    Total elevation: 375,225 ft 343,265 ft
    Total time: 334:41 361:56
    Longest ride: 64.0 mi 101.2 mi
    Max elevation: 6045 ft 8422 ft

    It's a nice tool once you upload all your rides, which takes some patience.
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