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    How do you find the time to ride 3,4,5 days a week?

    Are you students? Work part time? Work night shift and ride your bike all day? Single? Live in an apartment?

    My work day begins at 8am when I wake up and ends at 7pm when I get home from work, 5 days a week. The nearest trail is about 20-25 min away. During the longest days of the year, I might be able to get out there and do a good 20 min before it got too dark to see. Any biking during the week is not a possibility.

    The weekends? I sleep til 11am, work on the car, mow the lawn, work on various projects around the house, see friends/family, drink beer, among all the other crap I don't have time for during the week.

    And I'm married. I see my wife 3-4 hours a night before she goes to bed, so she wouldn't enjoy me disappearing every weekend to go ride a bike by myself. I tried to take her on a trail once, but she said "it's too bumpy" and that was it.

    Where do you guys/girls find the time?

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    maybe time to wake up earlier on the weekend. in the spring/summer/fall if the weather is good i go for rides early on the weekends and maybe during the week if i have a day off since the nearest trail is about 45 minutes away. can't wait till I move out of illinois.

    i sometimes sneak away to the gym at 430am before work so i can have the quality time with my wife and son in the evenings. i've been thinking about doing some night rides- that may work for you at least one night a week.

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    Gotta make it a priority. If you're not willing to rearrange some things, it won't happen. I don't get 3-4 days a week in the dirt either, but taking off a couple hours early on a weekday afternoon or getting up early on the weekend to ride while the wife and kid are still asleep are my best bets. I ride to work 90% of the time when the weather's decent, and that saddle time does a couple things... I'm in better MTB shape for when I do get to ride, and regular contact with the bike makes me want it more.

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    Im married have two kids work 55,60 hrs a week and find time to get out to ride twice a week if i feel like it, yeah its time to wake up a little earlier on sat or buy a light so you can ride after work .Sounds like if you really wanted to ride you could find the time.

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    I get up early on the weekends (4-5 am) to ride and ski then sleep in on the weekdays (7am) to go to work. This allows me to still get stuff done around the house on weekends. Plus I commute to work via bike, so I usually get plenty of time in on the bike midweek.
    I only ride bikes to fill the time when I'm not skiing.

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    I learned less than a year into the corporate 8-6 lifestyle that it was not for me. I quit my job in a letter, dropped out of the main stream urban/suburban society and moved to the mountains.

    Single, never married, no kids. I live a very simple nomadic lifestyle with no material possessions that I can't fit in my Forrester and a small trailer. I snowboard 100+ days every winter and fly fish/MTB all spring, summer and fall. I was broke for a while. Being financially poor taught me what was really important in life.

    Then came proposition 215 followed by Amendment 20 (Google it, lol). Now all is balanced in my universe and I highly recommend this lifestyle.

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    Man I can't tell you when the last time I slept till 8am let alone 11am....when do you go to bed? Sounds like to me you need to get to bed earlier and or sleep less

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    Like the above post - I ride in the morning before work. I get up between 4:30 - 5:00 and out the door around 5:30 or 6:00. I can get 20 miles in come home shower and get to work by 8:00. If I don't ride in the morning it never seems to work in the evening.
    I'm married and work M-F 8-5ish.

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    I generally ride 3x a week. I live 2 blocks from some killer trails, so anytime I have as little as a 1/2 an hour of free time I go for a spin. I'm married with 2 kids so I have to take advantage of the time I have.

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    Ditto, On Saturdays I leave the house at 5-6AM with a light on my helmet and ride 4 to 6 hours getting home while the wife is still reading the paper, ride a couple of hours on Sunday and around 2 hours T, W, TH and Friday after work but before dinner. I usually never drive anywhere to ride unless itís a race, that way if Iím gone to ride, Iím actually riding. I have trails nearby (3 miles, 8 miles, 9 miles and 15 miles away) that I ride to which makes it a little easier

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    I go to work at 7am, I'm home by 3:30. The trailhead is only 7 miles from my house!

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    As others have said, it's about setting your priorities, and in my case a strict sleep schedule. I'm married with 4 kids but my kids are old enough to take care of themselves for the most part. I'm in bed, lights out at 10:00pm. Then up at 5:30am to run, workout, or ride my bike to work. Work is 8am to 4pm. Weekends I don't set the alarm so awake by 6am feels like sleeping in. I can run or bike until 10:00am on weekend mornings and get home before my wife is even out of bed . Something which has helped tremendously is eliminating caffeine and replacing that morning pot of coffee with a workout. I sleep much better and I feel I get a much higher quality of sleep, without the daily highs and lows.
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    I have a trail 5 minutes from my office. I can go at lunch and get a good 35-45 minute ride in most days of the week.
    Other than that, I have the same kind of schedule as the OP. Weekends are spent with the family.
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    I've made it part of my job. I realize that not everyone can do it, but if I don't ride, I'm not a very good mom/friend/girlfriend.

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    I have the luxury of being a teacher so I'm done every day at 2 or 3 PM. I can go right from work to the trail, get in a solid ride and get home by dark. I do that almost every day (except winter time) I can as long as the weather is decent.

    I also ride on the weekends and have the summers off. Teaching is a very mountain bike friendly job.
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    Married but no kids. Renting, so I don't have to worry about repairs and not much in the way of yard work. I have a couple good lights so I can get off work at 5 and ride at 6. Trails start less than 1/4 mile from my front door, and the fun trails start 1 mile after that.

    Also helps that riding IS quality time with the wife. She's not a fan of night riding but when it starts staying light till 8pm or so, she goes with me.

    I try to ride anywhere from 1-3 times per week. Once the weather gets better it'll definitely be 3x a week. During the downtimes though I'm not any less busy, I'm just doing other things. As others have said it's about priorities. Some things you have to do, others can be safely ignored in favor of dirt

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoinkMobb
    How do you find the time to ride 3,4,5 days a week?
    I am unemployed. I have plenty of time to ride my bike, although I am married and have two young children. Sometimes my rides involve them too.
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    Wife, 2 kids, full time job and homeowner here. I live on the east face of the Allegheny Front and I can be on trails within 2 minutes by bike. All's I need is about 45 minutes after work for a quick ride. The wife understands and doesn't mind. If I get a couple hours free there are countless other places to ride within 30 or 40 miles. I get out there 4 or 5 times a week.

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    college student, single, and jobless. i got time.

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    I think your problem is waking up at 11 on the weekend and 8 for work on the weekdays.

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    I'm up at 5am, at work at 6 & home at 5pm during the week. I usually ride on Wed, and Friday's. I sleep late on Sat & Sun until 6am and rides are a lock if I'm out of the house at 7am.
    Yardwork, house, karate, baseball, soccer, swimming, gymnastics, and scouts in between.

    I only watch the weather in the mornings before work and don't spend much time here anymore.

    Sometimes when the kids want to go out and ride, I get 2 rides in on Saturdays.

    Your missing rides are before work and before 11am on weekends.

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    Married, 2 kids, 8-5 job. I can ride 6 times a week if I wanted to. I wake up 10-11am on weekends. My rides are after work along the way home, that way I can get home by 7:30pm, just in time for dinner.

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    Same song and dance as everyone else, more than FT job, 2 kids, wife and house. Wife is a lawyer (lots of hours) and runs ultra trail marathons, lots o training.

    I too am very lucky, live in the mountains (albeit shorter mtb season), 1600 foot climb across the street from my office and sweet trails right there. Some days I am able to break away from work to ride (good to be the boss, but also encourage the staff to do the same). I believe this actually makes people happier and more productive.

    My wife and I trade off quite a bit with the kids, but make sure to have a date night every other week or so to keep things healthy. If need be, babysitters are great. I tend to ride/workout 6 days a week. I am also lucky that my wife loves the early morning run/workout to 'get it overwith.' But I am usually up before 6 most days of the week. I have also mowed my lawn in the summer with my bike helmet and lights. It would be nice to get one of those six pack helmets for these missions. I tend to believe there is more time available during a day than you think.

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    Priorities. I'm at work before 7am and getting out the door before 4 is almost impossible. Plus the joys of grading papers / planning in the evenings and weekends. Riding is a priority for me. Monday's is my off day so I can plan the week. Don't get to hit the dirt but once or twice a week. But I am on a bike 5-6 days per week. Quality rather than quantity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul
    college student, single, and jobless. i got time.
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    I'll be old and grumpy in no time tho.

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    With the market in a "slump" as of late, I've managed to really improve my "game"


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    life's too short to deal with marriage and kids!

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    I work a compressed work week. Four 12 hours days then the next week is three 12 hour days. This means I have a least a three day weekend plus I take my bike to work and ride on my one hour break. Also my wife enjoys cycling so I ride with her at least one day when I am off. Otherwise I take off in the morning and ride returning when she is just getting up. YOU CAN DO IT!

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    LOL, everyone else covered what I was gonna say.

    Buy a light and ride after work. Priorities man, priorities.

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    Well, like someone already said, you have to make it a priority. Unfortunetly I work 3 days a week from 7:30 until 5pm, and the trailhead is about 40 minutes from my house. I'm lucky if I get all the way out there by 6pm, and can ride until 7:00-7:30 or so..... but I still do it.

    On days that I'm not working, I'm in school from 10am until 6pm, and unfortunetly thats too late for me to ride, I can get a short ride or a local road ride in in the mornings (fyi, I hate road bikes).

    I'm a super busy guy, but you just have to make some time for your passion. Do whatever it takes, get up an hour early, or stay up an hour later studying so you can get some riding done during the daylight. I don't buy the night-riding business haha.

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    yea not gonna cut it sleeping till 11:00 on weekends and 8:00 on the weekdays
    3 rides/week here, 2 days of 3hr gym. Single Dad,self employed. you have to have discipline and sometimes put responsibilites on the shelf

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    Married, no kids, own home.

    Work in sales so I am always at work but a lot of times this involves pulling off the trail to return calls and emails every 30 minutes.

    I try to ride 4 days a week, my wife rides with me on Sat and Sun.

    On weekends we try to hit the trail early, most trails are 45 minutes from our house so on the way home, we stop and have a nice lunch. Then we drive home, unload the gear and get the yard work done on Saturday, We pick a new trail on Sunday , ride and then do the house work. After all this is done we just chill by the pool.

    We used to spend a lot of time and money going out but now we are just happy to live healthy and ride.

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    Swingshift, from 12:30 to 9. Let's me singletrack 10 miles in the morning and commute 20 miles for the day. Keeps me hungry.

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    I was in the same position last year, own business, wife I love spending time with (doesn't ride), loved my leisure/beer drinkin' time.. even sold my bike half way through the season...

    Well let me tell ya, this year is going to be different. Quit drinking totally several month ago(free's up lots of time & $$), bought a 2011 Epic Expert Carbon, and have a Cdale Flash 29er 1 on the way.

    My work is 7km away from home, but I've mapped out a mostly off road route I can ride to work that is about 16km... so right there just with transportation alone, EVERY day I'll get 32km.

    Plus I can't sleep on the weekend, and my wife LOVES to sleep until 1pm, so that gives me 5/6 hrs every sat and sun..

    I plan on getting 3500+ km in this year... I'm going to MAKE the time.
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    First of all, I am a night owl. Actually, my brother was doing some paper on brain disorders at school, and figured that we probably all (me, my brothers and mom) have Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome.

    My brothers, my mom and I are all on the same messed up sleep schedule - get tired around 2-3am and wake up around 11am-12pm. That is my natural schedule and I have never, ever been able to successfully adapt to anything else. So I've just learned to function on 5-6 hours of sleep per day. Friday night and Sat. night I go to bed at 3 and wake up at 11, maybe getting 8 hours of interrupted, very light sleep. If I try to go to bed around 10-11pm, I sleep for 2 hours, then I'm awake for 4.

    For instance, today I was exhausted at work because I got maybe 5 hours of sleep. I've been up since 8am and it's now 11:30pm and I'm wide awake and ready to run around. I won't be tired until 2-3am. I can stay up for 20+ hours on 5 hours of sleep, day after day, week after week. The only caffeine I drink is one 8 oz. cup of green tea in the morning.

    So honestly, mornings are not an option. Riding at night sounds awesome, but all the parks near me close at sunset. There are no random, unmanned trails around here, everything is behind a gate. I do have a headlight, but I really have no desire to get killed riding on the shoulder on the unlit streets around here.

    There is a short trail by my job that I hit on the way home sometimes, but it only takes me about 30-35 minutes to do the whole thing. It's better than nothing I guess.

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    I work nights. My wife works night. She rides with me(this one is key). No kids.
    Riding keeps my stress level low and my sanity intact.

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    I work 2pm - 10:30 pm. Usually get in a couple weekday morning rides around 1.5 hrs long then at least one on the weekend. Weather permitting, of course.
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    Dude c'mon! If u really into cycling, you'll find the time for riding. Don't be a Sleeping Beauty!
    Get ur ass wake-up early and ride.
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    i work a 40 hr week job ,and find plenty of time for bike riding,but that aint all man i squeeze in sailing in my WWP15 and throw in some kayaking and fishing not to mention wastin time on this puter,maybe is time to look for another job bro,you need your time...

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    In a prior existence, my work-day was 9am-7pm. Except Tuesday which was 9am-5pm.

    I biked 1-3 hrs before work most work-days, on Tues I usually biked with a group from 6-8.

    Sat and Sun were long ride days.

    I was getting as many as 8 rides a week. I was happy.

    In my current life my work week is 4-days, 6:30am-5pm, and I'm struggling to get any rides after work.

    Stupid.

    On the up-side, the 3-day weekends are making it easy to get 3-4 rides on the weekend (weather permitting). Longer rides too.

    No kids. Rental housing.

    Sad bit is I don't get much time with my gal - but she's stupid-over-worked right now so she doesn't have much play time at all. ;^(

    If it wasn't for the Mrs supporting my obsession, it wouldn't happen.

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    Similar situation during the weekdays. I leave the house between 6:30 and 7 on the weekdays, get home typically about 6:30 in the evenings. Kids activities take up any time I have 4 days a week after work and distance between the trail and work is not going to allow riding in the morning. Now that the time has changed, I will start trying to get in a ride after work at least once a week. The weekends, early in the morning, is where I typically make time to ride.

    Have you actually seen anyone about the possible sleep disorder that you might have? Not saying that it is not possible, but 20 years Navy and married to someone that comes from a slightly disfunctional family, I have seen symptoms you describe plenty of times. In my wife's case, her family fit that description to the letter. When we first got married, I would typically be up 5 hours before anyone else got up in that house, and they would all stay up half the night socializing. After 18 years of living with me, and kids, she now sleeps normal hours. Her Dad, who remarried about 10 years ago to a wonderful lady that is not a night owl, is now an early morning person as well.

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    I get a 1hr ride or run in most days at lunch, then eat at my desk. I also ride one weekday evening and once on the weekend to get a more satisfying 2 to 4 hour ride in. Each week I shoot to pick the time slots with the leat impact on my family for my longer rides. I also have a lot of fun riding bikes around the driveway with the kids. I goof around and practice wheelies and the kids have fun watching me fall over

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoinkMobb
    And I'm married. I see my wife 3-4 hours a night before she goes to bed, so she wouldn't enjoy me disappearing every weekend to go ride a bike by myself.
    Where do you guys/girls find the time?
    3-4 hours a night is plenty. Go ride on the weekend if you want

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    I had a great answer.......

    ....... but it was all BS. If you really want to ride, you will find the time.

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    Try doing a Google search on mountain bike trails for your city and state. You might be surprised by what you find and even if they're just greenways or paved bike paths, they might not be closed after dark and you'll be able to ride after work without having to worry about wrestling with car traffic.

    I live in an area that's surrounded by mountain biking trails so that part is easy (for me) but it helps to ride first thing after I get up on the weekends. That way I get in a ride and still have plenty of time for yard/house maintenance and a couple of other "putter around the house" hobbies. I have found that if I don't do it that way, other things will come up and interfere and then I might not get to ride at all. I'm not about to let that happen! I'll also be in a much better mood while I do that other stuff.
    I'm enjoying my childhood way too much to ever give it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cchase86
    I think your problem is waking up at 11 on the weekend and 8 for work on the weekdays.
    EXACTLY. Ditch your sleeping habits, unless you have mono or epstein-bar...

    My work day starts at 7am, sometimes earlier, I'll work until 6-7pm most week days and a couple hours each day on Sat & Sun. Even though it's MARCH, I still ride EVERY DAY.

    1. Set the alarm for 4:10am. Get up & Ride.
    2. Saturday and Sunday, get on the trails by 7am, home by 11am. You're blowing a 1/2 day SLEEPING.

    This is not an issue of family time. Family in some form will always be there and be a priority. Just ride when they have other obligations or better yet, take the wife with you riding.

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    Married, teenager, own a one man shop open all the time, and I ride, 3 nights a week plus a bonus Sunday AM ride with the family.

    Started when my son was young, I needed to get out,and found a group of other dads in a similar situation. We meet at 9PM. We don't do epics, just an hour or two, but it's a nice quick hour or two (most nights) followed by a little post ride beverage and BSing. Generally home by the evening news.

    Works well, Get home from work, see the family, eat dinner, chill a bit. About the time folks are getting ready for bed, or just couch time with a book, I'm outta there, and no one seems to mind.
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    I ride during the week at lunch on my CX/road bike/mtb and then eat at my desk while I work. I really have started enjoying ridng something other than mtb all the time too...
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    I am fortunate that I have a nice local singletrack 1 mile from my door. Plus being single, 26, and never working banker's hours helps a lot. Lately, i've been riding everyday after work, then one day on the weekend. Certainly can't complain right now.

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