I was just checking my numbers for the year and they come up with an average ride of
28.55 miles with 2543 feet of elevation gain. Now I know that is not much compared to a lot of you out there, so let's hear some numbers.
I was just checking my numbers for the year and they come up with an average ride of
28.55 miles with 2543 feet of elevation gain. Now I know that is not much compared to a lot of you out there, so let's hear some numbers.
Well I've had an off year so my numbers are way down but so far this year my average ride is 65 miles with 3265 feet per ride. Another good "average" is how many feet you climb per mile. In years past I've had it around 77 feet per mile but this year so far it's only been 50.2 feet per mile.
Last edited by WhiteCarbonDude; 09-04-10 at 11:25 AM.
Last year 680,370 in 7003 miles= 97.15 ft. per mile but whose counting This year and the last 10 pretty much the same.
I ride about 8k miles a year and climb 80-90 ft/mile
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I don't climb enough to factor in my rides. Sometimes I climb sometimes I don't.
August was 536 miles with 20,000 ft. 18,000 was in 6 rides so that's a 3000 average as far as climbing rides for the month.
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average ride of 35.76 and 1333 average as far as elevation gain for the entire month totals.
My yearly average rides, maybe 10 feet every 300 miles.
83 ft/mile
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Good question.... I lost count after 25K just for this summer..
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Average rides seem to be about 32ish miles with about 1k of gain. You put me to shame lol
Type 1 Diabetic riding Ventura and Orange County.
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3,000 feet daily
Well it isn't all I do, but it is the main part of my riding. 70% of all my rides from the first of January have included GMR in them. Have been trying to get more flat miles in just to do more spinning, but end up missing the mountains. What is a person to do? LOL
17 miles 1200 feet. That's the weekday ride at least. On the weekends I'm always doing something different.
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