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Training Log Archive: kgeisen

In the 7 days ending Nov 9:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Biking6 7:09:49 72.6(10.1/h) 116.84(16.3/h) 4587
  Mountain biking1 3:23:56 23.6(6.9/h) 37.98(11.2/h) 2923
  Walking4 1:19:18 5.4(14:41) 8.69(9:08)
  Total11 11:53:03 101.6(7:01) 163.51(4:22) 7510

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Saturday Nov 9 #

Walking 21:31 [2] 1.5 mi (14:21 / mi)

Knocking out the day's runbet.
10 AM

Biking (Bikepacking) 5:55:37 [4] 50.4 mi (8.5 mph) +4587ft
shoes: 2019 Salsa Fargo

First SS bikepacking trip. Wasn't sure how it would go, but overall pretty good. I felt strong. Rode with Mickey and Brian M. in and around Southeastern Mo area of Mark Twain National Forest. Short stretch of singletrack on Marble Creek OT section, then fire road, then lots of hike a bike before finally hitting some great gravel. Beautiful day, temps in the high 50's. Camped on a level spot just off a forest road in the MTNF.

Really great day.
6 PM

Biking 9:32 [2] 1.0 mi (6.3 mph)
shoes: 2019 Salsa Fargo

Riding from initial plan of campsite to actual campsite.

Thursday Nov 7 #

8 PM

Walking 14:00 [1] 1.0 mi (14:00 / mi)

9 PM

Biking (Trainer) 12:16 [2] 4.1 mi (20.1 mph)
shoes: Giant TCR

Wednesday Nov 6 #

5 PM

Walking 15:26 [2] 1.1 mi (14:02 / mi)
shoes: Brooks Adrenaline 17

9 PM

Biking (Trainer ) 22:27 [3] 7.0 mi (18.7 mph)
shoes: Giant TCR

Tuesday Nov 5 #

5 PM

Walking 28:21 [1] 1.8 mi (15:45 / mi)
shoes: Brooks Caldera

9 PM

Biking (Trainer) 17:25 [3] 6.0 mi (20.7 mph)
ahr:97 max:156 shoes: Giant TCR

Monday Nov 4 #

10 PM

Biking (Trainer ) 12:32 [2] 4.1 mi (19.6 mph)
shoes: Giant TCR

Sunday Nov 3 #

9 AM

Mountain biking (Middlefork) 3:23:56 [3] 23.6 mi (6.9 mph) +2923ft
ahr:132 max:173 shoes: Superfly SS

First time to Middlefork in about a year. SO much fun. Fun, social group ride with lots of stops to regroup. At first I was at the back on downhills, but after Chuck (also SS) and I kept getting jammed up on the climbs I finally told the group we really needed to be first on the hills. Got some looks but immediately dropped everyone when we started climbing. Even I didn't realize how much they were slowing us down on the climbs. For a while we'd regroup at top of hills and I'd just drop behind everyone else since I'm still the slowest going downhill, but towards the end we just kept going more and had enough of a gap that we only got caught when we stopped.

That's a great trail for rigid SS, nothing too chunky. Just a great, confidence-inspiring day after feeling so bad about myself after one-eyed dog.

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