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Bikes: Diamondback entry level.
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Fitday.com will do a lot of what you are looking for, although it is not cycling specific by any means. I would suggest getting a Garmon Forerunner 50 heart rate monitor for about $65 on Ebay. You may need an early battery change, and it may not have warranty, but saves money over retail (that's what I did, but I'm cheap). Using that, and a cycling computer, you can create your own log using a spreadsheet as follows:
Max heart rate
Average heart rate
These would be the first column headings, and for each training session you could fill in an additional column. Or make these headings for the columns and make the rows the individual sessions.
You will have to use a formula to calculate calories consumed, and it will only be an estimate since the Forerunner 50 doesn't track any bike parameters such as distance, speed, cadence, etc. More advanced Garmon (or other brand) monitors will, however.
Last edited by ironhorse3; 07-10-09 at 04:05 AM.