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Training Log Archive: PG

In the 7 days ending Apr 23:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  biking - red bike4 6:11:38 94.05(3:57) 151.37(2:27) 3217
  Total4 6:11:38 94.05(3:57) 151.37(2:27) 3217
averages - weight:142.1lbs

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Thursday Apr 20 #

10 AM

biking - red bike 1:30:31 intensity: (58 @1) + (48:52 @2) + (39:44 @3) + (57 @4) 22.9 mi (3:57 / mi) +821ft 3:49 / mi
ahr:128 max:153 weight:142lbs

South Deerfield and Whately. Upper 50s, N 5 mph. Seemed like harder work than it should have, but some days are like that.

Wednesday Apr 19 #

8 AM

biking - red bike 1:35:16 intensity: (54 @1) + (59:59 @2) + (34:23 @3) 22.89 mi (4:10 / mi) +870ft 4:01 / mi
ahr:127 max:148 weight:142lbs

Low 50s, S 15-20, overcast, so back in the tights and a couple of extra shirts. Meandered through the hills over to Amherst, then back on the flats. Relaxed pace, made it much more pleasant. One section of dirt road for about a mile and a half, mostly fine but could have happily done without the couple of sections of loose gravel.

Tuesday Apr 18 #

1 PM

biking - red bike 1:18:34 intensity: (1:01 @1) + (29:28 @2) + (45:44 @3) + (2:21 @4) 20.12 mi (3:54 / mi) +645ft 3:47 / mi
ahr:131 max:155 weight:142.5lbs

Leverett loop plus a little more added on in Montague. OK ride except I was cussing the wind a few times. Maybe I just shouldn't look at the forecast, that way I would have no expectations.

Monday Apr 17 #

9 AM

biking - red bike 1:47:17 intensity: (1:23 @1) + (18:42 @2) + (1:22:19 @3) + (4:53 @4) 28.15 mi (3:49 / mi) +881ft 3:42 / mi
ahr:138 max:155 weight:142lbs

From Bernardston north not quite to Brattleboro, up on 142 and back on 5. Took a bit of a shortcut to check out Broad Branch Road. It was dirt but not bad, and I've decided that there's no reason to avoid dirt roads. So a pleasant little exploration.

Went relatively early since the wind was supposed to increase as the day went on. Already pretty breezy, supposedly from the WNW. Most hurting on the first half, mostly helping on the second, definitely helping on the last couple of miles.

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