Register | Login
Attackpoint - performance and training tools for orienteering athletes

Training Log Archive: dbakker

In the 7 days ending Oct 18:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 5:49:43 18.29(19:07) 29.44(11:53) 1203
  Biking2 2:25:22 15.37(9:28) 24.73(5:53) 731
  Total3 8:15:05 33.66(14:42) 54.17(9:08) 1934
  [1-5]3 8:14:42

«»
5:49
0:00
» now
MoTuWeThFrSaSu

Sunday Oct 18 #

8 AM

Orienteering 5:49:43 [3] 29.44 km (11:53 / km) +1203m 9:52 / km

Lynn Valley Adventure Run - So much fun. but off to bed now (midterm tomorrow with a distinct lack of studying, so hopefully sleep and exercise is good enough).

Friday Oct 16 #

4 PM

Biking 40:28 [1] 8.12 km (4:59 / km) +131m 4:37 / km

Easy study break ride (I am not a huge fan of my current Immunology course) from home out and around the DND land loop.

Monday Oct 12 #

4 PM

Biking 1:44:54 intensity: (23 @0) + (29:18 @1) + (25:56 @2) + (47:38 @3) + (28 @4) + (1:11 @5) 16.61 km (6:19 / km) +600m 5:21 / km
ahr:145 max:221

Nice ride from home (so GPS track visible to friends only...).

Out via Auto Rd. to the Industrial Park, then up the double track (Quad Bog) to the left of the Silver Mine Creek. Across a small portion of Ida on the degrading FSR, and down on one of the dirt biking trails I have never been on. Absolutely phenomenal riding that was challenging, but still ridable. Down a few of the switchbacks of the main Silver Slope climb route (not very awesome), and then across on Bullwinkle (also a dirtbiking trail). Started bushwacking one corner to early on Bullwinkle, so had to carry the bike back up to the trail, ride another 230m, and then bushwacked down to the new Trail Alliance MTB trail. (They have built another 200m of it up to the first switchback, so there is now 350m of purpose built MTB trail built above the powerlines.) Down the old cutlines under the powerlines, and then down the down trail of the new Shuswap Memorial Park trail system (a.k.a. The North Face). Back on the roads to home.

Super fun ride, pretty cold up top, and light fading at the end. So glad I got out.

« Earlier | Later »