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Training Log: Musty

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling6 4:20:21 57.59(4:31) 92.69(2:49) 392
  Running1 27:10 3.11(8:45) 5.0(5:26) 21
  Total7 4:47:31 60.7(4:44) 97.69(2:57) 413
averages - weight:72.1kg
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Friday Jul 3 #

6 AM

Cycling 41:46 [3] 15.34 km (2:43 / km) +62m 2:40 / km
weight:72.1kg shoes: Ribble/f1/r2/Conti Ultra Sport

Cycle to work. 37:05 moving.
12 PM

Cycling 53:52 [3] 18.27 km (2:57 / km) +89m 2:53 / km
shoes: Ribble/f1/r2/Conti Ultra Sport

Cycle to the kids sport day. 46:31 moving.

Thursday Jul 2 #

6 PM

Cycling 51:16 [3] 16.03 km (3:12 / km) +79m 3:07 / km
shoes: Ribble/f1/r2/Conti Ultra Sport

Cycle home. 43:40 moving.
New rear wheel (at last) and chain - considerably quieter and smoother than the old one.

Wednesday Jul 1 #

7 PM

Running 27:10 [3] 5.0 km (5:26 / km) +21m 5:19 / km
shoes: Nike Pegasus 28 Trail

3 times around Lamas Park.

Wheel update: phoned shop at 2.30pm to make sure wheel was ready to be told they hadn't arrived and may not turn up until the 6th July but it could be tomorrow - fat lot of good. Told them I'd call back in half an hour when I'd worked out what to do. Could get them on the web, next day delivery, for less, but I had to order by 2pm - which had passed - and a 10% discount code had just expired at 11am. Had they told me yesterday they were going to be total f**k-wits I could have been sorted by now for less money. Given I was going to have to go and pick up my old wheel anyway I thought I'd go over and speak to someone before deciding how to proceed. So I spoke to head-mechanic - he'd ordered the wrong wheels (Shimano compatible rather than Campagnolo) so another set would arrive tomorrow - annoying but at least it made sense. Left it with them, I could call tomorrow morning, check they were in and if not cancel and get them from the web for Friday and be no worse off than I was now.
Shops appear to be staffed by one person who has a clue and a load of gormless muppets - no wonder they are losing trade to the internet. The advantage of a shop is immediacy and advice, neither of which they offer when they constantly mess things up.

Tuesday Jun 30 #

6 AM

Cycling 24:25 [3] 11.0 km (2:13 / km) +35m 2:11 / km
shoes: Ribble/Conti Ultra Sport

Cycle to work. At Marble Arch the chain went over the top of the cassette, took out 3 spokes, snapped and left me stranded. Scooted the rest of the way. The wheel is at Evans Cycles getting fixed and a new chain has been purchased, so hopefully I'll be back on the road this evening. I sometimes wonder how much cheaper cycling is than taking the tube.

Update: I've been convinced to buy a new set of wheels (something that did cross my mind, before the shop suggested it, as the rear was showing signs of terminal distress) which won't turn up until tomorrow. So after a month where I did over 1,100km on the bike, the bike broke before I did.

Monday Jun 29 #

6 AM

Cycling 40:01 [3] 15.32 km (2:37 / km) +60m 2:34 / km
shoes: Ribble/Conti Ultra Sport

Cycle to work. Felt ok after initial reluctance to get out the door.
3 PM

Cycling 49:01 [3] 16.73 km (2:56 / km) +67m 2:52 / km
shoes: Ribble/Conti Ultra Sport

Cycle home. Along the canal but via Gypsy Corner. 45:09 moving.
I managed to fall off for only the third time in just under 19,000km. Tried to turn too sharply when practically stationery and just fell over. No damage to me but bent my front mechanism but it bent back and should hopefully be ok.

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