In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+ft|
| ||MTB||4|| 8:41:00|| 77.1||(8.9/h)|| 124.08||(14.3/h)|| 9199|
| ||Wallking||2|| 1:25:00|| 4.8||(3.4/h)|| 7.72||(5.5/h)|| 475|
| ||Total||6|| 10:06:00|| 81.9||(7:24)|| 131.8||(4:36)|| 9674|
|averages - weight:150.3lbs|
MTB 2:51:00  23.7 mi (8.3 mph) +2930ft
ahr:119 max:147 weight:150.4lbs shoes: SW MTB 2012
PP-HP-Grand Ridge Getting in some practice time on snowy and icy trails. Not that I mind the challenge of riding in variable conditions, which is total fun. Besides, low on the mountain the trails were nice, as the cold has sucked up a lot of the moisture.
Wallking 25:00  1.4 mi (3.4 mph) +150ft
weight:150.6lbs shoes: Scott Kinabalu Supertrack
Walk to FSM
MTB 1:08:00  10.4 mi (9.2 mph) +1289ft
ahr:117 max:151 weight:150.6lbs shoes: SW MTB 2012
Grand Ridge Issy Alps sometimes make their own weather, and today was a little bizarre...I smiled to myself as I climbed up GR and it started to sleet from blue skies. I wasn't smiling when I got to the top at 1100'. It was 36 degrees, and there was an inch of sleet covering the muddy trail. Grip was a little dicey, so I chose to abort. It sleeted until I reached 600', then rained a bit. I was back under blue skies when I rode though DT Issy. An hour after I got home, it hailed long enough to motivate the cats to wake up and take refuge under a bed. They have recovered and one of them is on my lap.
MTB 2:02:00  19.4 mi (9.5 mph) +2162ft
ahr:122 max:149 weight:150.4lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling
PP-HP-Grand Ridge-Duthie carpooling six-pack...I didn't ride at Duthie, but I did see an SUV rolling into the parking lot carrying six bikes (three on top, three on the back).
Wallking 1:00:00  3.4 mi (3.4 mph) +325ft
weight:150.4lbs shoes: Scott Kinabalu Supertrack
Sycamore-Park Pointe-Creekside trails with Tracy
MTB 2:40:00  23.6 mi (8.8 mph) +2818ft
ahr:123 max:155 weight:149.2lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling
PP-HP-GR RT-HP-PP Garmin maiden voyage...My latest Edge 510 gave up the ghost and it was terminal this time. I replaced it with a new Edge 820. Provided this one doesn't crap out and blow up, it has the potential to be an absolutely perfect gadget for me. I'm not holding my breath, because it seems to me that Garmin tried to jam way too much stuff into the little bugger. I bought it at REI for the "return insurance."
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