Mugglechops wrote:bosvit wrote:Are you a navy boy muggles?
Yes, but don't hold that against me
First time a Navy bloke has said that!
oldnewby wrote:First big ride for the year, 171km. Needed a training ride before alpine classic in 2 weeks. Second longest ride I've ever done, and I'm a little bit more confident about finishing the 200 classic now
marinmomma wrote:bosvit wrote:hey just noticed I'm ahead.....
You better get out there again, the sad face is back
No ride till Tuesday so will have to play catch up this week, unlike that Lisa chick who is smashing it atm
ColinOldnCranky wrote:OK - I have done the easy bit - buidling up kms on the unicycle.
You can see my sig line is still the Bike Journal one but is adding on to last years rides. Very flattering but I haven't really earned it.
Can I still stay with BJ or am I stuck with Strava ( which is fiddlier to me who ha almost no needs other than an occasional distance to be dated and posted).
If not, what is required for me to get Strava reporting? I have an account set up, I have a target and I have logged a couple of rides over a week back.
find_bruce wrote:Hmm, stuffed up & manually entered a ride on strava twice. I deleted the duplicate but even after updating it is still showing in stat monkey.
Any hints or do I live with an undeserved 30k ?
grantw wrote:oldnewby wrote:First big ride for the year, 171km. Needed a training ride before alpine classic in 2 weeks. Second longest ride I've ever done, and I'm a little bit more confident about finishing the 200 classic now
Just read your post in AAC thread, 171km and 4200m! That's awesome!!
oldnewby wrote:cheers sblack, you doing the AAC? What distance?
All I could think of as I got past 130-140km of the ride I did on the weekend was "I'll have this many km's in the legs, and I'll have to climb Mt Buffalo now" ouch!
jham66 wrote:I'm a newb on Strava and on this forum, but I'll give the 6K a go. I should be alright, my commute is currently 160km/wk. New baby and winter are major obstacles for me though........
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