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Old 07-19-06, 11:49 PM   #76
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120 miles. Many years ago on a Schwinn Ten Speed. I'm thinking, at 52, it's time to top that!
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Old 07-20-06, 09:20 PM   #77
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I did Toronto-Niagara Falls ,return, a couple of weeks a go in 16.5 hours for a total of 400 km... I did take a couple of detours near lake Erie and also lost a bit of time trying to exit Hamilton, accidently took the highway... it was a good ride.
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Old 07-20-06, 09:40 PM   #78
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120 miles. Many years ago on a Schwinn Ten Speed. I'm thinking, at 52, it's time to top that!
I think that's a great idea! I would love to do a distance like that.
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Old 07-24-06, 03:57 PM   #79
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203 miles in 12 hours, this coming Saturday (STP 2006).
209 Miles at this year's STP (5 miles from the start). 13 hours saddle time taking it easy...
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Old 07-24-06, 06:19 PM   #80
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I don't know about miles, because I didn't have a computer way back then, but I was on the bike for 12 hours....
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Old 07-24-06, 08:07 PM   #81
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I did 101.21 miles Sunday in about 9 hours. That's 162.5 kilometers. ...Yeah, sounds better when I say it in kilometers.
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Old 07-26-06, 01:22 AM   #82
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300 km (186 mi) in 12.5 hours.
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Old 08-02-06, 04:52 PM   #83
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204 miles in ~11.5 hours last year. next year, i'm hoping to cut a bit more time off of that, but we'll see
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162.5 a couple of weeks ago at the Ride Across INdiana (www.rainride.org). 12:23 total with 9:53 in the saddle. It was 95 degrees with about 90% humidity that day....lovely
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Old 08-02-06, 07:27 PM   #85
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130 miles, 11 hours, on a singlespeed. Next week I am riding (on a geared bike) from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia - around 350 miles. Hoping I can do around 200 a day....
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207 (mostly flat) miles in 14 hours overall (including stops) - but this was back in 1979.

Did a century last year. One metric so far this year and have entered two "imperial" centuries in the coming months. Want to try 200k and 300k next year.
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Old 08-04-06, 07:56 AM   #87
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206 miles, Seattle to Portland. Once solo and once on our tandem.
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My longest is 206. I've done four 200 mile rides this year. Three of them had increasing amounts of vertical gain. One was a flat 200. In other words, there are easy doubles and harrrrd doubles. For me the vertical is the real cruncher. Tomorrow early I'm pre riding a 300K brevet of 190 miles and 11,500 feet with a patch of gravel about 10 miles going over one pass. I'm new to randonneur events and enjoy longer rides. However, more vertical is a huge challenge for me.
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100.1k=62.2 mi, today! Riding time 4:35, but total time was a leisurely 5:30 with plenty of excuses to go around - including my first zero-mph crash (pulled the rear wheel sideways in the dropouts accelerating from a stoplight about 2k into the trip. "Nice start."), a shop stop due to having packed drinks for a 50k Sunday excursion and little to eat (the trip grew in the riding; I felt excellent throughout), and having to stop and take off my backpack if I wanted to drink/eat/look at the map. I need that handlebar bag.

Previous longest ride was 64.9k/40.3mi from last Monday's abortive half-century attempt, cut short by a loose crank.

My ride was a singlespeed (64" gear) MTB assembled from miscellaneous parts, wearing treaded 1.75's, but my recently acquired road bike is a pair of pedals away from relegating Dumpster Limited back to grocery duty.
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204 miles in 12 hours.
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Old 08-06-06, 02:58 PM   #91
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200 miles in 14 hours.
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Today, 128miles = 206km in 8:10 saddle, 9:45 real time.


I need to find a way to cut out the section on MD-2 - there's no shade on it in the afternoon heading north and it just kills me.
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Old 08-08-06, 03:48 AM   #93
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Probably 90 or so
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192 miles on a Rivendell SS during a hilly 300K brevet this year.
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i just pulled 135 miles Monday, 215 kilometre, from Seattle to Snoqualmie pass and back, including about 35 miles of that on trails and gravel. a great ride. saw signs and markers for what was likely papawizo's 300k randonneur event from this weekend.... can't say if that was my longest ride, though....
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Still don't "get" this thread

All days are 24 hours long, so how can someone have a "longest single day" bike ride?

I mean, the day still start and ends in 24hours........

I guess this might be something to "think" about your next ride.
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Old 08-08-06, 11:42 AM   #97
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All days are 24 hours long, so how can someone have a "longest single day" bike ride?

I mean, the day still start and ends in 24hours........

I guess this might be something to "think" about your next ride.
The insertion of an itty-bitty hyphen should overcome your semantic issues, as in:

"single-day bike ride"
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Old 08-10-06, 03:52 PM   #98
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Btw, what does bonked mean?
Bonk: Total exhaustion caused by lack of sufficient food during a long race or ride.
http://www.internationalcycling.com/glossary.shtml

A bonk is when you run out of gas, basically.
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Old 08-10-06, 04:01 PM   #99
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My longest day mileage wise was 143 in Big Sur. Longest time in Saddle distanced 119 miles due to the fact it was in the mountains.
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Old 08-13-06, 07:27 AM   #100
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Long time ago I did 102 as part of the cycle across Maryland tour. I have been biking on and off over the years. Yesterday i did a great loop - 94 miles on a montain bike. I need to get a road bike

http://gelstoncafe.com/downloads/Tem...iles/aug12.jpg I think the route looks a little like kentucky!

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