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Old December 8th 06, 02:51 AM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
zeke
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Default How may miles have you ridden this year?

How may miles have you ridden this year? I'm just shy of 10,000.

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Old December 8th 06, 03:19 AM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
Tom Keats
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Default How may miles have you ridden this year?

In article .com,
"zeke" writes:

How may miles have you ridden this year?


I dunno. I don't have a computer anymore.
I got rid of it. Okay, to be honest I
lost it a few years ago and happily didn't
bother to replace it.

I'm just shy of 10,000.

How much elevation gain did you get this year?
(I don't know how much I got, either.
Except, not enough.) If I bothered to do New Year
Resolutions, I think I'd pick: hillclimbs. Maybe
make an effort to get some of that old stuff back.


cheers,
Tom


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Old December 8th 06, 03:47 AM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
zeke
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Default How may miles have you ridden this year?




How much elevation gain did you get this year?
(I don't know how much I got, either.
Except, not enough.) If I bothered to do New Year
Resolutions, I think I'd pick: hillclimbs. Maybe
make an effort to get some of that old stuff back.


Although I live in the foothills of North Carolina, I don't consider
myself much of a climber so I try to stay away from the really big
climbs. I think my short Monday through Thursday rides (~ 25 miles)
are around 1800 feet of climbing.

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View my training log:
http://dltsoftware.com/efitness/logi...&password=demo

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Old December 8th 06, 03:57 AM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
Grolch
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Default How may miles have you ridden this year?

Your a friggin hero and seem to need validation from others to make it
meaningful. Seen your analyst lately?


"zeke" wrote in message
ups.com...



How much elevation gain did you get this year?
(I don't know how much I got, either.
Except, not enough.) If I bothered to do New Year
Resolutions, I think I'd pick: hillclimbs. Maybe
make an effort to get some of that old stuff back.


Although I live in the foothills of North Carolina, I don't consider
myself much of a climber so I try to stay away from the really big
climbs. I think my short Monday through Thursday rides (~ 25 miles)
are around 1800 feet of climbing.

----------------------------
Bike: Trek 5500 Project One
View my training log:
http://dltsoftware.com/efitness/logi...&password=demo



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Old December 8th 06, 05:04 AM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
Ron Wallenfang
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Default How many miles have you ridden this year?

There are usually threads addressing that issue in early January, that often
include other personal highlights and/or lowlights of the past year, new
year's bike resolutions and whatever. We'd hate to leave out the mega-miles
we're all accumulating in December, as it were!


"zeke" wrote in message
oups.com...
How may miles have you ridden this year? I'm just shy of 10,000.

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Bike: Trek 5500 Project One
View my training log:
http://dltsoftware.com/efitness/logi...&password=demo



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Old December 8th 06, 05:19 AM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
Tom Keats
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Default How may miles have you ridden this year?

In article po5eh.32929$rv4.1776@edtnps90,
"Grolch" writes:
Your a friggin hero and seem to need validation from others to make it
meaningful. Seen your analyst lately?


So sorry that ya don't like it.


cheers,
Tom

"zeke" wrote in message
ups.com...



How much elevation gain did you get this year?
(I don't know how much I got, either.
Except, not enough.) If I bothered to do New Year
Resolutions, I think I'd pick: hillclimbs. Maybe
make an effort to get some of that old stuff back.


Although I live in the foothills of North Carolina, I don't consider
myself much of a climber so I try to stay away from the really big
climbs. I think my short Monday through Thursday rides (~ 25 miles)
are around 1800 feet of climbing.

----------------------------
Bike: Trek 5500 Project One
View my training log:
http://dltsoftware.com/efitness/logi...&password=demo




--
Nothing is safe from me.
Above address is just a spam midden.
I'm really at: tkeats curlicue vcn dot bc dot ca
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Old December 8th 06, 09:34 AM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
Mike A Schwab
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Default How may miles have you ridden this year?

Well, if you want to compare miles, you could post them on
http://www.bikejournal.com . Most features are available with free
enrollment. Menu items in yellow require paid membership.

zeke wrote:
How may miles have you ridden this year? I'm just shy of 10,000.

----------------------------
Bike: Trek 5500 Project One
View my training log:
http://dltsoftware.com/efitness/logi...&password=demo


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Old December 8th 06, 12:06 PM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
Roger Zoul
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Default How may miles have you ridden this year?

"zeke" wrote in message

:: How may miles have you ridden this year? I'm just shy of
:: 10,000.

Hey, there's nothing wrong with comparing miles. You did real good. I just
wish I had time to ride that many miles!


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Old December 8th 06, 12:11 PM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
Ken C. M.
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Default How may miles have you ridden this year?

zeke wrote:
How may miles have you ridden this year? I'm just shy of 10,000.

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Bike: Trek 5500 Project One
View my training log:
http://dltsoftware.com/efitness/logi...&password=demo

Well rough estimate tells me somewhere about 3,000

Ken
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shocking the entire community. ~Ann Strong
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Old December 8th 06, 02:03 PM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
catzz66
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Default How many miles have you ridden this year?

2100, up from 1550 my first year. Don't have time to ride much more
than that, but am happy with the increase and will try to do better this
coming year.
 




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