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    Year end results are in.....

    1378.28 offroad miles this year and 440,000 feet of up and down
    ALL of it done on 160mm to 180mm travel bikes.
    "It looks flexy"

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    3051 miles
    292,786 ft total ascent (294,421 ft descent)
    all on my now deceased mach 5.

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    weak effort

    Guess I gotta get out more ... and remember my GPS ... and work outta town less.
    pre FB :
    761km w/ 21206m UP; 24556m DOWN
    FB :
    26km w/ 1209m UP; 1854m DOWN
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    gticlay - what is that with the "up and down"! No 'up and down'. Puuuuleaze .

    What we care about is ascent!! You can include descent as well if so inclined as the other two do.

    Okay - back to the numbers!

    gticlay - you got me by just a little! I would have ridden in the rain in late Dec if I knew .

    1,359 miles
    149,014 feet UP.


    70% on a Mach 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightMiner
    gticlay - what is that with the "up and down"! No 'up and down'. Puuuuleaze .

    What we care about is ascent!! You can include descent as well if so inclined as the other two do.

    Okay - back to the numbers!

    gticlay - you got me by just a little! I would have ridden in the rain in late Dec if I knew .

    1,359 miles
    149,014 feet UP.


    70% on a Mach 5.
    LOL I'd have to check but I think that's 220,000 ft of up. But it could very well be 440,000 feet of up plus 440,000 of down. Should be equal since I ride right from my house.

    I also don't have two trips to Whistler Bike Park on there.
    "It looks flexy"

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    I think I'm going to shoot for double this year, but not sure if I can.

    It would be cool if Pivot offered something more than a tee shirt and less than a full xtr bike to any non-pro who takes a Mach 5, 5.7, Firebird or Phoenix over 500,000 feet of climbing in 1 year. That would be a fun publicity stunt.

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    Total year 2010 :
    2346 kms offroad (1500 Miles) and 50870 m ascent (150000 feet)

    Since mid January 2011, I got my new Mach 5.7 to improve that

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