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Training Log: revy

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Bike4 12:26:05 110.85(8.9/h) 178.4(14.3/h) 4446
  Hike2 4:45:00 12.43(22:56) 20.0(14:15) 1450
  Total6 17:11:05 123.28(8:22) 198.4(5:12) 5896
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Friday Jun 21 #

6 AM

Bike 2:02:55 [3] 28.31 km (13.8 kph) +680m

Wednesday Jun 19 #

7 AM

Bike 5:38:10 [3] 66.34 km (11.8 kph) +1901m

Tuesday Jun 18 #

8 AM

Hike 2:45:00 [3] 12.0 km (13:45 / km) +850m 10:09 / km

Monday Jun 17 #

8 AM

Bike 3:00:00 [3] 52.75 km (17.6 kph) +1115m
shoes: Norco Search XR

A loop down the valley to Schlanders via Tanas. The upper road was excellent with steady views and no traffic. 10-12% climbing off the bat though it eased for the last couple hundred vert. The mountains here remind me a bit of the HImalayas as there is 2000 m+ relief between the valley bottom and the peaks in on the south side of the valley. After a coffee stop we climbed back via the bike path which follwed the river and then meandered through the apple orchards (which was extensive). A detour to the Lichtenburg castle ruins satisified our gravel quota for the day.

Sunday Jun 16 #

2 PM

Bike 1:45:00 [3] 31.0 km (17.7 kph) +750m
shoes: Norco Search XR

Transfer day to Glurns. We drove while James and Wakana biked. We were able to check in early which was nice so we dropped our luggage and went for a short ride past Mals. The climb was nice other than the 16% section:) At this point we are so used to steep climbing that 5-6% seems flat and 8-10% is pelasant.

We decided against looping the upper reservoir as it was empty which made for less enjoyable scenery. Our route back took us along the paved bike route. I'm generally not a fan of bike paths due to the mixed speeds of various riders and the fact that they are often less scenic (they get put into locations that are less desirable) but his one was pretty nice. 30 km/hr speed limit though which was easy to exceed on the downhills. RIding this loop in reverse would probably make more sense so that the climb is mor gradual and the descent is faster.

Saturday Jun 15 #

8 AM

Hike 2:00:00 [3] 8.0 km (15:00 / km) +600m 10:55 / km

We brought our Via Ferrata gear with us on this trip so figured that we should use it. The Hero Dolomite race was happening today so thousands of extra people in town over the past couple days, and a few thousand bikers leaving from Selva this morning. The race itself looks like a gravel race with very steep climbs, and almost no singletrack. In general euro mountain biking does not appear to need an AM or Enduro bike. We checked out lots of racy hardtails and FS rigs.

We walked to the Dantercepties cable car base station and saw the pro men wave pass by climbing the hill. The cable car opened early today for spectators though we took advantage to get a bump into the alpine earlier than usual. At the top we again saw the lead racers pass by (climbing 800 m in 30 minutes). The weather was mixed with periodic thick clouds and fog but enough periods of clearing to appreciate the views. We climbed Grand Cir first - this is more of a scramble and could be done without gear. The summit was socked in. We then traversed to Cir V which was much more technical (and fun). We had done this route last time though I only had vague recollections. Our pace was mellow as we were behind a guided group. The summit itself is quite small but better weather then the previous summit. Descent is via the eastern gully. We stopped at the top station for lunch and coffee.

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