I do have a couple of bikes with the click click odometers on them and I believe one may still have the old Huret wheel driven speedometer/odometer on it. Most of my mileage is estimated. I know how far it is to the places I ride on a regular basis. Everything else can be tracked on mappedometer.
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ISO: A late 1980's Giant Iguana MTB frameset (or complete bike) 23" Red with yellow graphics.
"Cycling should be a way of life, not a hobby.
RIDE, YOU FOOL, RIDE!"_Nicodemus
"Steel: nearly a thousand years of metallurgical development
Aluminum: barely a hundred
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Round about 150-200 miles a week. Sometimes I might do 300 if I do a brevet or just feel like riding long in the weekend.
My cycling mileage is anywhere between 10 and 150 a week. It really depends on a lot of factors - how many days I have to go to actual work rather than working from home, whether we run out of food, and how much free time I get for recreational riding.
Most of my mileage is recreational. With my inconsistent schedule, I got tired of long commutes. There's also nowhere I'd want to live that's more than two miles and less than 20 from my current job.
"There are no fast bikes - only fast people." - Some smart person
About 20-70 miles a week.
2014 Surly Cross Check 2023.7 miles
2015 Scott Aspect 730. 505.2miles
About 50-100 miles/week. It used to be a lot more, but I've cut back now that I'm running again.
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