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Old 03-06-21, 10:01 AM
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chased the window & walls for 21 miles.
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Old 03-06-21, 05:33 PM
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A little over 40 miles today
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27.2 on a pretty chilly Saturday morning.
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50 on a nice 60 degree Sat. Was first ride over 40 in over a month. Replaced the Mavic wheels with older school campy 8 spd and saddle to Rolls. Steel Serotta rode like a dream.
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Old 03-07-21, 01:30 PM
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73k with Mrs. NoWhammies as she is getting used to the new bike. Wasn't fast, but was nice to be out riding.
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Old 03-07-21, 02:24 PM
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80 miles on the trainer & will be this season's final, long, in-door, & looking through a pane of glass while on the trainer miles.
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Old 03-07-21, 08:03 PM
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.... 0 for Saturday, and 0 for Sunday......woke up on Saturday with a major lower back issue and they carried through to today. Between a tens unit and some Lidocaine patches, seems to be getting better.
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0 today. Yesterday, 29.45 M. Got rained on a couple of times.
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40 miles
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22 miles at 51*. No jacket or leggings but a long sleeve jersey with a t-shirt underneath. A bit chilly so it made me push to stay warm.
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60k just before sunset.
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Old 03-09-21, 11:10 PM
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had back issues all last weekend, but did 12 yesterday and 20 today. Back feels much better.
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Old 03-10-21, 08:56 AM
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65k. Made it home just as dusk was settling in. Felt like I was racing the setting sun the whole way.
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indoor miles of 19 yesterday, 18 today.
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20.x miles with a 19 mph headwind that seemed to never go away. Outside.
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28 aggressive indoor miles.
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60k just before dusk hit.
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Old 03-13-21, 01:34 PM
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Been a very crappy March for riding for me. Between a back injury, work project and then a very bad cold this past week and heavy allergy issues ......miles have been far and few , but I did get out today and suffered through the pine pollen collecting on every surface. I got 30 miles in.
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16-spot. first ride since tuesday’s c-note. still windy.
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(The way it's said in the south by us old guys. )

32 miles for me...
115 mi @ 18.2 mph av, ~6200 ft vertical
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31 miles on the trainer.
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31 miles on the trainer.
Hmmm. I did a tad under 32 miles today in 50F, cloudy, damp and strong headwinds all the way back home after I did a hard pace to get to midway. Fairly brutal in the wind on a single speed. Still beats the heck out of the best indoor ride, IMO.

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One funny thing on my ride today, I rode on one of the MUPs and I mentally make note of what's up ahead of me in the distance, as there are sections where the trail curves and you lose sight of them. At one point, I saw some tail lights initially well ahead of me, as I was cruising along around 18-19 mph, I figured I would come up on them at some point, As I got closer to them, I realized they were some type of more upright bikes, but I was not making any real progress on getting closer, and I was like damn, those people are motoring on those things. When I finally caught them and as I was passing them, I realized, that yes, they were really motoring on them, as they were e-bikes. They were not as tired as I was when they got to the trail head. They happened to be parked next to me and they said that the bikes can reach 25 mph on full power mode.
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47 miles at 17.3 MPH, 1200’. Ended up with an extremely blurry left eye when done so had an emergency visit with a retinal specialist.
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