In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+ft|
| ||MTB||3|| 5:42:00|| 54.6||(9.6/h)|| 87.87||(15.4/h)|| 5664|
| ||Cycling||1|| 3:35:00|| 55.5||(15.5/h)|| 89.32||(24.9/h)|| 3720|
| ||Walking||1|| 55:00|| 3.3||(3.6/h)|| 5.31||(5.8/h)|| 200|
| ||Total||5|| 10:12:00|| 113.4||(5:24)|| 182.5||(3:21)|| 9584|
|averages - rhr:37 weight:151.9lbs|
MTB 2:18:00  21.5 mi (9.3 mph) +2176ft
ahr:113 max:145 weight:151lbs shoes: SW MTB 2012
PP-HP-Grand Ridge WT 3x 2017 go-fast season cancelled or just delayed? Normally there is a month and a half of near perfect MTB riding conditions this time of the year: buff trails that are nearly deserted (at least on weekdays), fast rolling mostly dry conditions with a bit of moisture for great grip, trees without full leaves for good sight lines, and a high sun for great depth perception in the forest. Currently, the trails are wet and slow rolling, and there is a bit of erosion in a lot of places. This year might turn out like 2016, when we really didn't ever have fantastic trails conditions for riding fast.
MTB 1:38:00  15.9 mi (9.7 mph) +1588ft
ahr:120 max:149 weight:152.2lbs shoes: SW MTB 2012
Grand Ridge-Water Tower 2x General Lethargy. Could just be the weather, or it could be hormonal, but I seem to have low energy lately.
Walking 55:00  3.3 mi (3.6 mph) +200ft
weight:152.4lbs (rest day) shoes: Scott Kinabalu Supertrack
DT Issy-Creekside Trail Early March transition to October. For the first half of my walk, I alternated between rain hood and sunglasses, kind of like during early March intermittent showers. On my way back, the mountains started to disappear because of steady and fairly hard rain. With a temp near 60 degrees, it felt more like October. But wait, it's late April!
Cycling 3:35:00  55.5 mi (15.5 mph) +3720ft
ahr:125 max:154 weight:152.8lbs shoes: SW road 2013
Snoqualmie-North Bend-Rattlesnake Lake-Mt. Si Record latest first. I feel pretty confident that today, April 21st, is the latest date in any year that I wore a short sleeve jersey and shorts on the road bike for the first time. True, I hedged with a vest and knee warmers, which I took off fairly early on. My arm warmers didn't come off for good until very late in the ride, but it felt great to be out riding in the sun.
MTB 1:46:00  17.2 mi (9.7 mph) +1900ft
ahr:114 max:145 weight:151.8lbs shoes: SW MTB 2012
Grand Ridge Hitting the Wet Wall. After two days off of the bike, I thought maybe I would feel motivated to make a decent effort. Considering all of the rain, the trails are in excellent shape, but I am tired of riding on wet dirt. I cut the ride short to save energy for what should be a great road ride tomorrow.
rhr:37 weight:151.2lbs (rest day)
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