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Can I ask what SPCC & PSP stand for?
Oh, and sli123 that's some impressive riding.
257LL I have started carrying a banana with me on almost every ride (unless I know I'm just doing a short 30km - 40km ride), usually eat it around the 50km to 60km mark.
7th Jan 102 km av. 27.1 km/h 1point
10th Jan 107 km av 24.1 km/h 1point
15th Jan 118 km av 30.7 km/h 1 point
Total Points 3
15th January 142K Av. 27.4 Km/h 1 point
Total points 2
January 14, Bendigo / Mt. Alexander / Castlemaine area, 152 km
479 km, 3 points
Off and running, 107km on Ride Like Crazy today.
I did an Audax ride on the weekend, my first 300
2/1/12 135km on the BNA Girls Ride 1 point - http://app.strava.com/activities/3032064 TOTAL points 1; TOTAL kms 135
8/1/12 102km RNP 1 point http://app.strava.com/rides/3166009 TOTAL points 2, TOTAL kms 237
14/1/12 300km Audax 1 point TOTAL points 3, TOTAL kms 537
PSP stands for principle shared path (i think). The Kwinana shared path runs right alongside the Kwinana freeway and there's very few peds once you get about 10k's from the city.
SPCC is the South Perth Cycling Club.
Why would you do that to yourself???
Just kidding. Very impressive. Well done.
It seemed like a good idea at the time. Actually ensuring I could do the ACE 250 in 2 weeks time. I doubt I will keep this level of activity up after January!
I got another one. After the club ride this morning I still had plenty of time and legs for another 50.
13 Jan, 1 Point, Solo meandering Long River Ride+, 100.7 km,..................................... Total Points: 1, Total distance 100.7 km
15 Jan, 1 Point, 1/2 bunch 1/2 solo Mt Nebo, Gap Ck Rd, Mt Coot-tha and random flat bits,... Total Points: 2, Total distance 200.8 km
judged, insulted, gone
Nice weekend's work there
Thanks for the updated. Can you please help me out by including your total kilometres.
I don't seem to have the details of the first ride. In fairness to all can you please repost all the details as per the guidance in the opening post. Once done I can add you to the challenge.
It would be appreciated please if you could log your rides as per the guidance in the opening post. It just makes it that much easier to record the details.
Nice work. Duly noted.
Great effort Eleri! Duly recorded.
Nice work by all. I have decided to just keep the record of rankings in a spreadsheet which you can access here. Easier than trying to repost the data here each time.
Well done to sli23 who has managed to just hold off Eleri for the top spot
Nice work. Spreadsheet updated.
15 Jan, RLC 1 point, 107km. Total point: 1, Total distance: 107km
Somehow the first one got lost in the ether.
The ride was a modified Noosa Metric Century
8/1/12 103.9K Av 29.9k 1 point
Total distance now 256.6K
5/1 . 1 Point . Mt Donna Buang -128kms. Total Points 1: Total Distance 128kms
8/1 . 1 Point . Toolangi -101 kms. Total Points 2: Total Distancce 229kms
15/1. 1 Point . Marysville -181kms. Total Points 3: Total Distance 410kms.
Decided to have a go. Aiming to get to 40 points by the end of the year. Will be good for year round fitness if I get there. Audax rides for the next 2 weekends though.
I'm in and don't mind adding this was my first 100 since May last year.
16/1 Up and down the coast 108km - 1 point,
Total distance 108
Thanks @duds2u. Got you in the spreadsheet now.
Nice work @Gassey. You are looking good.
@grantw. Well done on having a go. Nice start.
The spreadsheet has been updated and should be showing here (fingers crossed).
Stoopid rain. I had a new ride mapped out for today (monday) that included a few more hills and this crappy weather settled in. Yeah I know, I'm gonna get some of the typical htfu comments. But after Sundays ride in the rain, I can say I don't enjoy it that much (I had just started up Camp Hill when the heavens pissed down Sunday).
Got a serious case of the bicycle ride joneses at the moment.
I don't blame you. Riding in traffic in the rain sounds so little like fun.
It's dry out here. Get in your car and drive west until the blue stuff appears. Gatton to Toowoomba up the range FTW.
You have officially become your parents.
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