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Training Log Archive: Bomb

In the 7 days ending Sep 15:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling6 20:10:00 236.12(5:07) 380.0(3:11) 11230
  Total6 20:10:00 236.12(5:07) 380.0(3:11) 11230

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Sunday Sep 15 #

Cycling 2:20:00 [3] 58.0 km (2:25 / km) +1720m 2:06 / km

Picos de Europa. On the drive over to Anso. Another awesome ride with amazing scenery. First climb took 1hr40 and gradients hit 18% near the top. Starting to get pretty tired.

Saturday Sep 14 #

Cycling 3:00:00 [3] 59.0 km (3:03 / km) +1650m 2:41 / km

Some random back roads for our last day in Asturias. Couldn't escape the awesome scenery.
Struggling to eat enough riding. No reserves any more.

Friday Sep 13 #

Cycling 2:30:00 [3] 47.0 km (3:11 / km) +1260m 2:49 / km

Lagos de Covadonga from Cangas. Tired. Crazy awesome scenery. Can definitely understand why they use this climb a lot in the vuelta.

Thursday Sep 12 #

Cycling 2:45:00 [3] 56.0 km (2:57 / km) +1350m 2:38 / km

Easy day. Just did the climb up La Cubilla from the town at the bottom. It was the final climb on stage 16 of the vuelta. Pretty friendly gradients and spectacular views.

Wednesday Sep 11 #

Cycling 4:00:00 [3] 55.0 km (4:22 / km) +2250m 3:37 / km

L'Angliru day. Still cloudy and wet when we started and parked at the town at the bottom so got about 500m warm up before turning onto the climb. The first half is about 10% ave but then it gets really steep with 3 sections over 20% near the top. I rode it all but there were a few photo stops on the way up.
Dan and James did another monster climb and i found a nice valley to ride up.

Tuesday Sep 10 #

(rest day)

Rained all day. Recovery ride got canned. Wine and cheese instead.

Monday Sep 9 #

Cycling 5:35:00 [3] 105.0 km (3:11 / km) +3000m 2:48 / km

Loop from aceria over the Puerto San Lorenzo which was the first climb on today's vuelta stage. We stopped and watched the race go past just before the top. Then into the next valley and over the alto de la Farrapona and puerto de ventana (Found a sneaky section of very steep and rough gravel coming off the farrapona). Finished with an awesome 30km downhill run.

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