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Training Log: tommyturbo

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  MTB4 10:21:00 107.0(10.3/h) 172.2(16.6/h) 11111
  Cycling1 2:25:00 38.8(16.1/h) 62.44(25.8/h) 2092
  Walking2 1:07:00 4.4(3.9/h) 7.08(6.3/h) 300
  Total7 13:53:00 150.2(5:33) 241.72(3:27) 13503
averages - weight:149.8lbs
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Monday Oct 16 #

MTB 3:48:00 [4] 38.2 mi (10.1 mph) +3934ft
ahr:114 max:140 weight:150.2lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

GR RT-Duthie-Soaring Eagle-HP-PP Spectacular end to my 2017 Go-fast Season. As in spectacular weather, not results, but I did ride very well on a pretty big ride. I have taken more rest days this year, which has paid dividends in terms of having energy to ride hard. It's difficult to believe that today's mid 60's and deep blue skies are going to be followed by an atmospheric river of rain. The ensuing mud will slow the trails down, as well as make the roots and rocks a little slippery. The light this time of the year is a little flat, making it more difficult to discern the trail contours. Of course, none of that is a factor with road riding, but I think I have reached my mental limit for riding really hard anyway.

Sunday Oct 15 #

Cycling 2:25:00 [3] 38.8 mi (16.1 mph) +2092ft
ahr:117 max:141 weight:150.2lbs shoes: SW road 2013

Redmond-Kirkland-Medina: Bye Week buildup-go long HD. Traffic was easily 3x a normal Sunday anytime I was near a commercial area. Saturday is usually Home Depot day, but people must have been running errands all weekend that they have been saving up since the start of the NFL season.

Saturday Oct 14 #

MTB 2:54:00 [4] 30.4 mi (10.5 mph) +2919ft
ahr:120 max:150 shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

GR-Duthie-Soaring Eagle: A disability but not a handicap, except for the bike. While descending the steepest section of GR, I came upon a fellow riding an old road bike. He was on the drops, and when he stopped to let me by, I noticed that he only had one leg. He seemed to be doing OK. Heck, he was doing fantastic, all things considered. He must have quite a sense of adventure and relish a challenge, because having to dismount and hike-a-bike would be difficult. Bravo!

Friday Oct 13 #

Walking 22:00 [1] 1.4 mi (3.8 mph) +100ft
weight:149.4lbs (rest day) shoes: Scott Kinabalu Supertrack

Thursday Oct 12 #

Walking 45:00 [1] 3.0 mi (4.0 mph) +200ft
weight:149.4lbs (rest day) shoes: Scott Kinabalu Supertrack

Walk with Tracy: Sycamore-Rainier-Hatchery

Wednesday Oct 11 #

MTB 2:07:00 [3] 22.0 mi (10.4 mph) +2367ft
ahr:111 max:140 weight:150lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

Grand Ridge-Duthie Dragging Assos into the dirt. I wore Assos for the first time ever on a MTB ride. Yes, the Intermediate Jersey I wore today is at least 12 years old, but it's still in great shape after a zillion uses on the road bike. Besides, the jersey color really goes nicely with the mountain bike. Assos (and Campagnolo) quality can't be beat-you get what you pay for.

Tuesday Oct 10 #

MTB 1:32:00 [4] 16.4 mi (10.7 mph) +1891ft
ahr:117 max:141 weight:149.4lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

Grand Ridge Water Tower 2x Missed the Sweet Spot but I was going to do laundry anyway. After looking at the hourly forecast and radar, I thought I had picked the optimal riding window. My plan was to wait for it to warm up, but finish before the rain. I got nice and dirty riding home in the rain. The sun is out now as I do the laundry.

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