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Training Log Archive: tommyturbo

In the 7 days ending Jun 1:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Cycling4 11:28:00 192.9(16.8/h) 310.44(27.1/h) 10840
  Walking3 2:16:00 7.8(3.4/h) 12.55(5.5/h) 811
  Hiking1 1:14:00 4.4(3.6/h) 7.08(5.7/h) 625
  Total7 14:58:00 205.1(4:23) 330.08(2:43) 12276
averages - weight:152.4lbs

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Saturday Jun 1 #

Cycling 3:15:00 [3] 55.1 mi (17.0 mph) +2868ft
ahr:126 max:146 shoes: SW road 2013

MMoor-Kirkland-Medina-Mercer Island: Proud to fly the flag. Today was Flying Wheels day, one of the great events put on by the Cascade Bicycle Club. I didn't do the ride, but I did wear my Cascade Ride Leader jersey. In addition to running great events, CBC sponsors daily rides, cycling classes, free helmet programs, the Major Taylor Project, and helps get kids on bikes. CBC has been a fantastic advocate for better cycling infrastructure. It felt good to wear my ride leader jersey today! If you are not a member, you should join and support the club I've been a ride leader since 2003, when I started the Hills of the West Coast ride. I served on the Rides Committee, and then on the Cascade Board of Directors. A goal of mine was to expand the club's focus to be more attractive to experienced, faster cyclists. While on the board, I launched the High Performance Cycling Team and created the High Pass Challenge event. cE 6.5 RE 6.8

Friday May 31 #

Cycling 3:04:00 [3] 53.9 mi (17.6 mph) +2352ft
ahr:127 max:148 weight:152.4lbs shoes: SW road 2013

Mink-Duvall-Cherry Valley-Carnation-Duthie: Fear of Flying. Fear of Flying Wheels, that is. Not the event, which is tomorrow, but the aftermath. FW is a great ride, but it's been my experience that all of the bikes on the road tends to irritate the Snoqualmie Valley natives. So I institute a moratorium on SV riding for about a month after the event. Too bad the ride couldn't have happened today, which was a jewel of a day. I hope the riders don't get rained on tomorrow. cE 7.5 RE 7 (Cherry Valley 7.2) normal EHR but some cardiac drift/slow HRR at end of ride

Walking 40:00 [1] 2.0 mi (3.0 mph) +50ft
shoes: Hoka Clifton 7


Thursday May 30 #

Cycling 2:06:00 [4] 30.1 mi (14.3 mph) +3183ft
ahr:132 max:155 weight:152.6lbs shoes: SW EXOS 2022

Cougar Climbs: UP. I love doing a climbing focused ride after a double DOB, when I am rested and feel good. I always love to climb, but it's more fun when I have some energy. Today's Toughies: HView-Summit/Sky Country/Cougar Tower/Somerset. cE9 RE 8-8.5 normal well rested/responsive EHR HRR little slow

Wednesday May 29 #

Hiking 1:14:00 [2] 4.4 mi (3.6 mph) +625ft
(rest day) shoes: Hoka Clifton 9

Sycamore-Tracy Trail-Park Point/Sunset Trails-DT Issy: Back up plan was #1 today. When an unexpected window of nice weather developed, I never considered riding. I had already decided I would rather walk today. As it got sunnier and warmer, I did not miss riding. Well, except maybe for a few moments, but those thoughts vanished when the brisk breeze turned into a gusty, swirling wind. I love walking, but it's rare when I choose it over the bike.

Tuesday May 28 #

Walking 41:00 [1] 2.5 mi (3.7 mph) +200ft
(rest day) shoes: Hoka Clifton 9

Hatchery-DT Issy.

Monday May 27 #

Cycling 3:03:00 [3] 53.8 mi (17.6 mph) +2437ft
ahr:129 max:153 weight:152.8lbs shoes: SW road 2013

May Valley-BOE-Seward-Arbo-520-Medina: Powered by T Bar. Tracy used to bake homemade goodies for our Chelan Camps, and one of the most popular items were her "sports bars." She made a batch for me, and the T Bar tasted yummy on the bike. So yummy that I didn't even think of the bratwursts we are grilling for Memorial Day until I was almost done riding! cE9 great cardiac energy but double DOB just OK legs. Fresh and rested HR>normal HRR little slow RE 7

Sunday May 26 #

Walking 55:00 [1] 3.3 mi (3.6 mph) +561ft
weight:152lbs (rest day) shoes: Hoka Clifton 9

Squak Mountain road walk: Climbing by foot. I planned on climbing by bike, but I couldn't spot a reliable dry road window in the forecast, and it's the wrong time of the year to be interested in riding the winter bike. So I went up the hill on foot.

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