I was pretty obsessed with tracking elevation last year, but have stopped this year. A lot of commitments are keeping me to 1 mtb ride a week so trying to squeeze more time in on the bike via commuting which is pretty flat. More miles, but while I was ahead of last year through June or July I'm pretty sure my total would be under 250K if I was still tracking every ride.
rednova's numbers are from Marin, most good riding here requires a lot of steep climbing. It's hard to ride 20 miles without at least 3.7-4K of climbing, 187 is right on the money.
Last edited by slide mon; 12-14-2012 at 01:48 PM.
My spoon is too big!
I'm with Buzz Cut. No electronics for me. If I were aiming for some arbitrary mileage, or climbing goal, it would just stress me out. I ride to relieve stress, not add to it.
Originally Posted by Buzz Cut
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"If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world."
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But of course. Exercise and fun all rolled into one.
Originally Posted by Sean Allan
I just like keeping track of milage.
Im not fast, I dont go hunting KOMs,, I just like having the raw data.
Used to track stuff by hand, but I cant wait to put in 7k miles in a year again.
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417k to date
3920 miles to date
I didn't use Strava actively until May of this year.
Elev Gain: 302,438ft
Three years to get there, half a million feet!
Up St Joseph's Hill everyday.
Overall a solid active year for a guy w/four kids and a busy work schedule.
The great thing is my son who is 8 has really taken to riding so hopefully I'll be able to continue "double ride" weekends and maybe break 350K next year. All miles and footies are a gift!
Time 203hr 21m
Elev Gain 240,679ft
Got some runnin' miles in too while training for 2 1/2 Marathons:
Time 41hr 3m
Elev Gain 8,947ft