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    Rough estimate 2 x 25k x 600m climb per week.
    2500k's and 30k for 2012 keeps me happy and fit enough.

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    This thread is giving me a complex. Damn you Strava.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etuck View Post
    This thread is giving me a complex. Damn you Strava.
    Not Strava, MTBR's fault.

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    From my Strava page-o-stats (just updated 12-12-12):

    Year-to-Date
    Distance 4,270.6mi
    Time 434hr 5m
    Elev Gain 502,201ft
    Rides 150

    All Time
    Distance 11,190.2mi
    Rides 462
    Biggest Ride 110.6mi
    Biggest Climb 3,873ft
    Max Effort 414 W
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    Strava Stats:

    99.5% on the MTB

    YEAR-TO-DATE
    Distance: 2,032.7mi
    Time: 297hr 29m
    Elev Gain: 380,768ft
    Rides: 154

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    I put in a lot of flat road miles in SLO this year, but next year a million should be easy since I'm riding in the East Bay and focusing on mtb again.

    Year-to-Date
    Distance 11,153.8mi
    Time 676hr 19m
    Elev Gain 763,579ft
    Rides 308

    I'm in a big training block now, so probably 40-50k more in the next 20 days.

    edit: If I get really close to some sort of exciting number, I will fudge it with run data
    Year-to-Date
    Distance 159.4mi
    Time 22hr 22m
    Elev Gain 14,101ft
    Runs 27
    THE BAY AREA... WHERE IF IT'S FUN, IT'S ILLEGAL

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    This year started out well, then with a new job, moving, back to school and a broken bike it's not ending all that well, climbing wise. Good thing the new cross bike is almost done and I have a pair of slicks already mounted.

    Distance 1,658.7mi
    Time 160hr 57m
    Elev Gain 135,062ft
    Rides 124

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    I've got to get really busy in the next 2 weeks to get over my 1500 mtb mile goal. Lets hope the weather cooperates.

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    Funny you should ask, looks like I'll hit 500,000' sometime today. Garmin says:

    Elevation Gain:
    499,646 ft

    I'm riding less this year; just bike commuting and pleasure riding. My ride home from work is minimum 1100' uphill every night. I bike commute 3-4 times a week.

    Edit: Strava says 483,645ft. Yeah, I upload to both.

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    Regardless of how many miles we rode or climbed, I hope you all had a fun time on your bike!

    I will only include mountain bike stats since this is a MOUNTAIN bike site

    131 activities
    4,447 miles
    510,619 of elevation gain

    The thing I'm most excited about is the 11.5 mph average on the MTB that I seem to have been able to hold the last few years. Also averaging almost 34 miles a ride is exciting as well. Getting older sucks, but staying about the same speed does offer hope

    I haven't ridden the road bike since April, but got another 2000 miles and about 130'000' of vert on it this year. Looking to ride the roadie even less next year.
    Only the curious have something to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Allan View Post
    Regardless of how many miles we rode or climbed, I hope you all had a fun time on your bike!

    I will only include mountain bike stats since this is a MOUNTAIN bike site

    131 activities
    4,447 miles
    510,619 of elevation gain

    The thing I'm most excited about is the 11.5 mph average on the MTB that I seem to have been able to hold the last few years. Also averaging almost 34 miles a ride is exciting as well. Getting older sucks, but staying about the same speed does offer hope

    I haven't ridden the road bike since April, but got another 2000 miles and about 130'000' of vert on it this year. Looking to ride the roadie even less next year.
    Wow Sean you are a beast!! I was hoping all stats would be mtb from everyone one but I guess most riders do both. I get a little whiney when I have to ride a little road to connect to another trail. Anyway, very fast average speed. Impressive.

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    308k in elevation, 1,510 miles and one crash,
    one ranger speed warning-all goodY
    Last edited by Trackho; 12-15-2012 at 06:07 PM.

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    80,456' but I forget the GPS pretty often.

    I have done over 600 hours of work on the new trail in Pogonip the last two years which helps with the fitness.

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    Going to try to get to 500k! Lost 8 weeks in the spring with the broken acetabulum.

    2012:
    Distance 3,094.2mi
    Time 320hr 52m
    Elev Gain 448,212ft
    Rides 195

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    I just ride my bike, up, down, around, and enjoy it. I have no electronics on me except for a turned off cell phone and a digital camera. No clue or cares as to how far ,fast, or how much. I prefer to smell the fungi and wildflowers
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    Quote Originally Posted by mboldt View Post
    Going to try to get to 500k! Lost 8 weeks in the spring with the broken acetabulum.

    2012:
    Distance 3,094.2mi
    Time 320hr 52m
    Elev Gain 448,212ft
    Rides 195
    I have no doubt you'll accomplish your task.... I'm just curious in how few of rides you'll do it in .

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    It ain't over yet

    Still several rides to go. And I don't do road.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mboldt View Post
    Going to try to get to 500k! Lost 8 weeks in the spring with the broken acetabulum.

    2012:
    Distance 3,094.2mi
    Time 320hr 52m
    Elev Gain 448,212ft
    Rides 195
    Give em hell!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz Cut View Post
    I just ride my bike, up, down, around, and enjoy it. I have no electronics on me except for a turned off cell phone and a digital camera. No clue or cares as to how far ,fast, or how much. I prefer to smell the fungi and wildflowers
    I actually returned my Garmin to REI for this reason. I keep the cell on for emergencies, but that's it. Getting back to just riding is rad.

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    Started in July:
    Dist: 1,302 mi
    Time: 115hr 38m
    Elev: 110,709ft
    Rides: 72

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    Its kind of interesting to divide the footage by the mileage.

    Leopold 117 ft/mi
    rednova 187
    menso 68 (road miles)
    motorbacon 81
    SeanAllen 114
    mbolt 144
    where 140
    nordy 85

    As kind of a standard, I mostly ride the ARSA (clementine, culvert, FHDL, etc) and I logged a 144.

    Not sure where rednova rides, but it must be on the side of a cliff.

    If you worked up some averages this metric could serve as a good way of rating rides and riding areas. I'll have to throw that in the strava suggestion box.

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    From my Garmin 500

    Progress Summary Report for 2012
    Count: 94 Activities
    Distance: 1,271.79 mi
    Avg Distance: 13.53 mi
    Max Distance: 43.33 mi
    Time: 182:50:45 h:m:s
    Avg Time: 1:56:43 h:m:s
    Max Time: 6:23:44 h:m:s
    Elevation Gain: 224,613 ft
    Avg Elevation Gain: 2,389 ft
    Max Elevation Gain: 6,998 ft
    Avg Speed: 7.0 mph
    Max Speed: 43.9 mph
    Calories: 121,680 C

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    Sorry duplicate post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphic View Post
    Its kind of interesting to divide the footage by the mileage.

    Leopold 117 ft/mi
    rednova 187
    menso 68 (road miles)
    motorbacon 81
    SeanAllen 114
    mbolt 144
    where 140
    nordy 85

    As kind of a standard, I mostly ride the ARSA (clementine, culvert, FHDL, etc) and I logged a 144.

    Not sure where rednova rides, but it must be on the side of a cliff.

    If you worked up some averages this metric could serve as a good way of rating rides and riding areas. I'll have to throw that in the strava suggestion box.
    150.7 here. Some folk ride road to/fro the trailhead which might "skew" it. I drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphic View Post
    Its kind of interesting to divide the footage by the mileage.


    As kind of a standard, I mostly ride the ARSA (clementine, culvert, FHDL, etc) and I logged a 144.

    Not sure where rednova rides, but it must be on the side of a cliff.
    you can get 250-325ft+ a mile in auburn based on some routes. It won't be fun though.

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