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Training Log Archive: Abarrie

In the 7 days ending Aug 18:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling 4 18:20:03 247.65(13.5/h) 398.56(21.7/h) 4708
  Trail/road running 1 1:05:11 6.28(10:23) 10.1(6:27) 150
  Total5 19:25:14 253.93(4:35) 408.66(2:51) 4858

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Sunday Aug 18 #

12 PM

Cycling 2:50:35 [2] 65.25 km (23.0 kph) +416m
ahr:125 max:160

Day 2 on the tour of the North East, Aberlour to Portsoy. Wind was behind us today made for a gentle day of cycling. Stopped at the bow fiddle rock for a sea swim. This is a holiday not a TT

Saturday Aug 17 #

12 PM

Cycling 5:25:12 [2] 108.58 km (20.0 kph) +1775m
ahr:137 max:186

NE bikepacking day1. Glensaugh to Aberlour. Nice to have a non-competitive trip with dad. We are carrying all our camping stuff so taking it slow is the only way.

Friday Aug 16 #

3 PM

Trail/road running 1:05:11 [3] 10.1 km (6:27 / km) +150m 6:00 / km
ahr:157 max:183

Glen esk jog. Took a Bit of an OS map with me on this one to explore Some tracks i had never been on before. Legs felt like led on this one, maybe I should start doing some more stretching.

Thursday Aug 15 #

10 AM

Cycling 1:07:57 [2] 23.93 km (21.1 kph) +217m
ahr:131 max:153

Another day, another haircut in Laurencekirk.

Tuesday Aug 13 #

1 PM

Cycling 8:56:19 [3] 200.8 km (22.5 kph) +2300m
ahr:152 max:193

The big trip: Glenshee Loop. Up over the cairn, up the south Deeside road then main road to Braemar. Continued over Glenshee then dropped down through Glenisla and took a back road past ballintore castle, I then got lost in an area of back roads. Ended up in Kirrie then cycled up to Cortachy then back from there via Auchenblae.
200km is a long way. My longest ever ride by 75km and probably my most enjoyable ride ever as well. Legs are Abit sore this morning though.

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