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Old 03-01-06, 11:47 AM   #1
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Online log or journal?

Does anyone here use an online log (or journal) to keep track of rides and stats etc. If yes, which online log would you recommend. Or do you use a hardcopy log? Thanks!
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Old 03-01-06, 11:54 AM   #2
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Does anyone here use an online log (or journal) to keep track of rides and stats etc. If yes, which online log would you recommend. Or do you use a hardcopy log? Thanks!
http://www.Bikejournal.com

Very comprehensive, at least for my needs.
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Old 03-01-06, 12:12 PM   #3
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I use a simple Excel spreadsheet; but if I was going to use an online, I would probably use the one on Active.com
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Don't keep a record as such but I have a little book that notes various rides in it- Mainly the offroad rides, and just lists the type of terrain- state of the tracks- what tyres used and whether I enjoyed it- Only one ride a has a black mark and that is the Hayling 100. 100miles on road but it was not signposted. That was an awkward ride and I have not done an unsignposted ride since.
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Old 03-07-06, 10:29 AM   #7
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I've been using cyclestats for a little over a year now, and I'm very happy with it. Free trial download was fully functional, and convinced me to purchase the full version. Simple to use, easier than keeping a paper log, and lots of good stats to convince you to go just a little harder and further next time.

http://www.shastasoftware.com/CycliStats/index.htm
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I just have my rides set up on an Excel spreadsheet. All of the information I want to keep is there.
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I just have my rides set up on an Excel spreadsheet. All of the information I want to keep is there.
Yep, same thing here. Works just fine for me.
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Another happy Cyclistats user here. It does almost everything that I want, including maintenance entries, and graphs of interesting stats. And it's supporting a cyclist (who's a poster here) as well.

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http://www.shastasoftware.com/CycliStats/index.htm
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