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Training Log Archive: tommyturbo

In the 7 days ending Feb 20:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  MTB2 4:11:00 39.6(9.5/h) 63.73(15.2/h) 5362
  Cycling1 2:00:00 24.2(12.1/h) 38.95(19.5/h) 3409
  Walking2 1:38:00 5.6(3.4/h) 9.01(5.5/h) 600
  Trainer1 1:30:00 29.2(19.5/h) 46.99(31.3/h)
  Total6 9:19:00 98.6(5:40) 158.68(3:31) 9371
averages - weight:148.4lbs

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Saturday Feb 20 #

Walking 45:00 [1] 2.4 mi (3.2 mph) +300ft
weight:148.4lbs (rest day) shoes: Hoka Clifton 11

DT with Tracy

Friday Feb 19 #

MTB 2:30:00 [4] 23.4 mi (9.4 mph) +3183ft
ahr:119 max:147 weight:148.2lbs shoes: SW MTB 2012

Grand Ridge RT: No vote of self confidence. "Go ahead, you will be faster than me," the rider said as he rolled to a stop behind me. I had taken a rare pause at the start of the climb back from Duthie to check out something on my bike. Trying to be polite, I responded, "OK, let me know if you want to go by." He just laughed! I guess it's a good thing he knew he would be slower than me, because I was quite tired today and didn't ride well. The trails were in stunningly good condition.

Thursday Feb 18 #

MTB 1:41:00 [3] 16.2 mi (9.6 mph) +2179ft
ahr:119 max:148 weight:148.2lbs shoes: SW MTB 2012

Grand Ridge: Five for Fighting. Over the last one and a half weeks, I have ridden five different bikes. I even rode Tracy's bike, which is spending the winter indoors on the Metal Firecracker. The only bike I didn't ride is the Stelvio, because it is mounted on a wall in our exercise room.

Wednesday Feb 17 #

Cycling 2:00:00 [4] 24.2 mi (12.1 mph) +3409ft
ahr:126 max:159 weight:149.2lbs shoes: SW road 2013

More HOWC climbs: Dedicated to the Canadian pilot crew. Early on in the HOWC, a group of Canadian military pilots on loan to the USAF/National Guard started regularly showing up on the Hills of the West Coast rides. All were good riders, and I became friends with them on and off the bike. Before tricky descents, I always got the HOWC riders together and explained sections requiring extra careful riding. Descending Zoo hill, there is an off camber, decreasing radius left turn. Despite my explanation on a summer ride in 2005, Paul, one of the Canadians, fell off at this corner and separated his shoulder. I never took the HOWC down Zoo hill again. In fact, I never rode down Zoo hill again, period...until today. I could have picked a better day, as there was a lot of sand and a few remaining patches of snow, but curiosity got the better of me. Lots of new houses, but the road is the same as I remember it in 2005, i.e., not that great.

Tuesday Feb 16 #

Walking 53:00 [1] 3.2 mi (3.6 mph) +300ft
weight:148.8lbs (rest day) shoes: Hoka Bondi 11


Monday Feb 15 #

Trainer 1:30:00 [3] 29.2 mi (19.5 mph)
ahr:113 max:134 weight:147.8lbs shoes: SW Road 2008

Hopefully one and done on the Metal Firecracker. Let it rain and wash away the snow so I can get back to riding! Using Tracy's Peloton workouts does indeed make the time go a lot faster on the MF, but indoors will always just be exercising to me, never riding. I spent six minutes straight "climbing" out of the saddle, the longest stretch since I had to ride home from Tiger Mountain with a broken seatpost.

Sunday Feb 14 #

weight:148.4lbs (rest day)

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