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    I need more cowbell. Digital Gee's Avatar
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    I want to start journaling my riding experiences. I'm not one for hand-writing, so I'll do it on the computer or on the internet. Can anyone recommend something? Either a template for a common application like Word or Excel, or an internet site where I can record the daily info? Thanks.

    Oh -- and I'm on a Mac OS 10.3.8. None of that funny Windows stuff please. :-)
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    Hills, more hills please! SadieKate's Avatar
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    Try www.bikejournal.com. Absolutely superb site.
    Embrace your inner tortoise

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    Back in black cydewaze's Avatar
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    http://www.bikejournal.com/

    It has a customizable spreadsheet type of interface that you can enter miles, speed, etc into. This is my 2nd season using it.

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    Out of Commission OC Roadie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SadieKate
    Try www.bikejournal.com. Absolutely superb site.
    I second the nomination for bikejournal.com. If you register, make sure to join the bikeforums.com team, your mileage will count in the club stats.

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    Back in black cydewaze's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by OC Roadie
    I second the nomination for bikejournal.com. If you register, make sure to join the bikeforums.com team, your mileage will count in the club stats.
    Hey, I didn't know about that. I think I'll do that now and toss some of my measly miles to the club stats. Thanks for the tip

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    Mettle to the Pedals Dewbert's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SadieKate
    Try www.bikejournal.com. Absolutely superb site.
    Ditto
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    ride like theres not 2mrw chris_pnoy's Avatar
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    www.blogger.com

    you could set it up your own way, type in your experience and make it into your own cycling web-log. It is very general and you could do practically anything to it.
    Pagdating ng panahon.
    Speak concisely lest thou shalt be rectified
    by the grammar or thought police.

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    In a similar vein to chris_pnoy's suggestion, there's a program called BikeBlog. I haven't really tried it out yet, and if you want number-crunching you want something else, but BikeBlog looks like a handy little journal- and log-keeper.

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