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Old 11-27-08, 09:08 AM   #1
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Century a Month Club 2009 C-A-M

This thread is an information sharing thread for individuals taking the CAM (century a month) Challenge in 2009.

PLEASE, DO NOT REPLY TO POSTS OR POST ANYTHING OTHER THAN YOUR DATA.

If, when reading this thread, you wish to comment on someone's data, please either PM that member, or alternatively, start a new thread entitled Data Discussion for ____ Ride (or something like that - title your thread as you wish). But most of the rides will be discussed in either the original ride threads or subsequent ride report threads. However, a member may do a ride that hasn't been discussed or for which there is no ride report. So, discussion is great! Just please, NOT in this thread. Thank you for helping out with this...

Please post the data for your century/month as follows:

Date of Ride:
Type of Ride: (group ride or solo ride)
Name of organized ride or route:
Actual Mileage:
Ride Time:
Total Time:
Avg. Speed:
Altitude Climbed: (if available, either by route map, or cycling computer)
Weather conditions:
Synopsis of Ride: (please be respectful as you never know who might read this)

(Remember, even if you don't make all twelve, please still post your data for as many months as you can - all centuries are an accomplishment! So, although this is a challenge, it is in the spirit of camaraderie!) Also, for those who are just crazy enough (like me) to ride more than one century per month, please give us data on those too if you'd like.

Below is the official list that will be updated. If you do not see your name or century months updated, please PM me, and I will update your info. Thank you!

CHECK OUT THE LIST OF RIDES AVAILABLE IN MY OTHER POSTING AND CHIME IN.


ALTHOUGH WE ARE MOSTLY IN LAS VEGAS YOU CAN LIVE ANYWHERE - JUST SIGN UP AND SHARE THE INFORMATION - I PERSONALLY LOVE TO RIDE DIFFERENT ROADS AND CHECK OUT NEW PLACES -- MY HUSBAND - TRAVIS IS ALWAYS DOWN TOO.


RIDERS THAT ARE TAKING THE CHALLENGE:

NYGIRL777 --------- ASIA 1/12
SMALRING ---------- TRAVIS 1/12
SHORTSTUFF ------- LARA 0/12
CYNFULBOD -------- CYN 0/12
ROLLUER58 --------- DENNIS 0/12
INKEDINPINK ------- KAREN 1/12
SKEEDUNT ---------- GREG 0/12
SHELLSLV ---------- SHELLIE 1/12
HOLLYWOOD -------MARK 0/12
CAPORIDER -------- KEITH 1/12
MOZAM ------------ KENT 0/12
THEROCK16 --------ROCKY 0/12
IZAACR ------------ IZAAC 0/12
EDDIE --------------0/12
FIXIE---------------TRACY 0/12

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Old 01-18-09, 08:49 PM   #2
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Date of Ride: JANUARY 17, 2009
Type of Ride: GROUP
Name of organized ride or route: STAGECOACH
Actual Mileage:102
Ride Time: 6:10
Total Time: 7:05
Avg. Speed: unsure
Altitude Climbed: unsure
Weather conditions: Absolute perfect day - what a difference from 2007
Synopsis of Ride: The volunteers were amazing. There are no lights, hardly any traffic other than the SAG vehicles (which were plentiful) and 5 rest stops on the way out and 5 on the way back. The temperature was about 50 to start and warmed to about 75/80. You couldn't have asked for a better day.Oh and lunch was pretty tasty along with the post ride meal.
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Old 01-18-09, 09:50 PM   #3
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Corona Oceanside Century

Date of Ride: Jan 1 2009
Type of Ride: solo ride
Corona Oceanside Loop
Actual Mileage: 143
Ride Time:8.5 hours
Total Time:9.5 hours
Avg. Speed:unknown
Altitude Climbed: 5000 feet
Weather conditions: overcast as wet

I started alone in Corona i rode down the rivertrail bike path to Newport beach. i waited there for about a half hour for some friends. We rode together for the most part to Oceanside thats where i had to part ways with my group. I started through Oceanside to old hwy 395. I rode through the rolling hills on the 395 back to Corona. its a nice long ride for those who want to challenge yourself with some wind and climbing. it would be a lot better with a group of equal skill level.
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Old 01-19-09, 08:22 AM   #4
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Saxby's to Echo Bay Loop

Dqate of Ride: January 17, 2009
Type of Ride: Group ride of two on fixed gears
Saxby's to Echo Bay Loop
Actual Mileage: 102.3
Ride Time: 6 hours 59 minutes 52 seconds
Total Time: Unknown
Avg. Speed: 14.62
Altitude Climbed: (Unknown)
Weather conditions: 43 degrees at 6 am and it warmed up to 65 degrees at end of ride.
Synopsis of Ride: Tracy stocked water along the way the day before the ride. Very nice pace through out the ride. It was a beatuiful day to ride. There were a ton of climbs which tested both of us. Overall a great ride and I look forward to doing it again.
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Old 02-04-09, 09:16 AM   #5
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Date of Ride: February 1
Type of Ride: (group ride)

Name of organized ride or route: Sufferfest I
Actual Mileage: 102.6 Miles
Ride Time: 6 hours 58 minutes
Total Time: Unknown
Avg. Speed: 15.54
Altitude Climbed: (7800)
Weather conditions: Sunny in the mid 60's with a slight breeze.
Synopsis of Ride: Start at Westside Starbucks on Charleston, Two loops of Red Rock one climb of MT. Potosi and one loop of Red Rock, return to Starbucks.
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Old 02-05-09, 01:57 PM   #6
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Date of Ride: 1-31-09
Type of Ride: Roger Springs from Boulder Beach

Name of organized ride or route: Asia's Ride
Actual Mileage: 100
Ride Time: 6 hrs 33 min.
Total Time: 7 1/2 hrs.
Avg. Speed: 15.5
Altitude Climbed: Unk.
Weather conditions: Perfect Weather Conditions
Synopsis of Ride: Myself & Hollywood started early @ 5 a.m. & rode for the first hr. in the dark. There was alot more traffic than I thought there would be. Where are those crazy people going? We made it to Roger Springs before the food support was there....but we flagged down Asia @ Red Stone and she gave me some yummy gatorade/lemonade combo. This held me over until we reached Calville (Thanks Sonja & Cindy). I felt really good coming back & I think it was a result of slowing down on the first 1/2. At the end of the ride we had yummy hotdogs & hamburgers (thanks Asia's mom/daughter) & my favorite (Corona Lights). Well supported ride & had a great experience.
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Old 02-05-09, 07:32 PM   #7
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January Century for InkedinPink

Date of Ride: JANUARY 17, 2009
Type of Ride: GROUP
Name of organized ride or route: STAGECOACH
Actual Mileage:102
Ride Time: unsure
Total Time: lots
Avg. Speed: unsure
Altitude Climbed: unsure
Weather conditions: Absolute perfect day - what a difference from 2007
Synopsis of Ride: The volunteers were amazing. There are no lights, hardly any traffic other than the SAG vehicles (which were plentiful) and 5 rest stops on the way out and 5 on the way back. The temperature was about 50 to start and warmed to about 75/80. You couldn't have asked for a better day.Oh and lunch was pretty tasty along with the post ride meal. Thanks ASIA for a great tie and write-up!
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Old 02-10-09, 11:53 AM   #8
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Jan 31, 2009 Boulder Beach Century

103 mi, 7100 vert, 6h 55m
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Old 03-02-09, 08:49 AM   #9
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Date of Ride:FEB 14 2009
Type of Ride: GROUP RIDE
TOUR DE PALM SPRINGS
Actual Mileage: 103
Ride Time:4:50
Total Time:4:50
Avg. Speed:20 MPH OR SO
Altitude Climbed: NOT ALOT OF CLIMBING I WOULD SAY 2000 FEET

THE DAY WAS NICE A LITTLE WINDY IN THE BEGINNING I RODE WITH A COUPLE OF FRIENDS WE STAYED TOGETHER UNTIL ABOUT MILE 70 OR SO AND ONE OF THEM FELL OFF THE PACE.
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Date of Ride: 1 MARCH 2009
Type of Ride: GROUP
GRAN FONDO
MILES: 100
RIDE TIME 5:30
TOTAL TIME: 6:00
Avg. Speed:ABOUT 18-19 MPH
Altitude Climbed: LISTED AT 4500 BUT WAS ACTUALLY CLOSER TO 6000
THIS IS A WELL ORGANIZED RIDE WITH A LOT OF SUPPORT AND GOOD PEOPLE. YOU HAVE TO RIDE IN THE CITY FOR ABOUT THE FIRST 15 MILES OR SO THEN YOUR ON THE OPEN RODE. YOU WILL HAVE ROLLING HILLS ALL DAY. I RIDE IT ALONE FOR THE MOST PART PICKED UP WHEELS ALONG THE WAY WHEN I COULD. VERY WARM DAY IN THE MIDDLE 80'S I WAS SAVED AT MILE 55 BY A COKE AND BIG BOTTLE OF WATER.
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Date of Ride: 2/28/09
Type of Ride: Group Ride
Name of organized ride or route: Adventurecorp Death Valley Century
Actual Mileage: 103 miles
Ride Time: 6:55
Total Time: 7:33
Avg. Speed: 15
Altitude Climbed: 4,945
Weather conditions: 80 degress, no wind, perfect day.
Synopsis of Ride: Not the most organized event I've ever been in, but the ride was beautiful and everyone was friendly. Started at Furnace Creek in Death Valley, went down to Jubille pass, then turn around and back.
Map at: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?hl=en...,1.440582&z=10
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Date of Ride: March 7
Type of Ride: (group ride) Nevada Ultramarathon Bicycling Society

Name of organized ride or route: Laughlin Loop revised to "Cima Loop" due to road construction.
Actual Mileage: 199.7 Miles
Ride Time: 11 hours 41 minutes
Total Time: 13 hours 15 minutes
Avg. Speed: 17.0
Altitude Climbed: Unkown
Weather conditions: Sunny in the low 60's with a light wind.
Synopsis of Ride: Start at Aspen Creek Cyclery in Henderson, ride thru searchlight to Nipton and on into Cima, CA, turnaround and follow the same route home.
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Solvang

Date of Ride:3/14/09
Type of Ride: group ride
Name Solvang Century
Actual Mileage:102
Ride Time:5:10
Total Time:5:30
Avg. Speed:19mph
Altitude Climbed: about 5000 feet
Weather conditions: cold
Synopsis of Ride: It was a good ride i started with having breakfast with my wife then i went to the start line where i started at 8:00 i started with a group of about 10 riders and at mile 20 it was only 2 of us we did the ride at a good pace not to hard just kept it going.
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Date of Ride: 4/11/09
Type of Ride: group ride
Name of organized ride or route: Mulholland Challenge
Actual Mileage:
Ride Time:6:30 hours
Total Time:7:00 hours
Avg. Speed:
Altitude Climbed: 13000
Weather conditions: it was a nice day nice tail wind on the way back
Synopsis of Ride: This years route wasnt as bad as last year. and the weather was a lot nicer
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