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Old 01-27-09, 03:05 AM   #1
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Ukraine: muntain brevet 340 K, Carpathians

I would like to present here some results for the brevet 340 K.

It is mountain one. Altogether are 11 mountain passes. It has place at 22 June 2008, start in Uzhhorod at 4:00 AM, finish in Uzhhorod at ~20:30 PM.

Start point of the brevet 340 K. Two participants ready to go, Uzhhorod, railway station, next to clock, 4:00 AM



Here is a map, the brevet route in yellow, Uzhhorod-Synevir lake-Uzhhorod, 170+170 K



Heart Rate Profile of Serhiy Popoff and the brevet road profile by Polar S725 HRM



Some results of the brevet by different bike computers



The brevet, Mizhhiria district, slow downhill, Alexander relax on Colnaogo Eagle single speed....



The brevet. Alexander pushing his Colnago Eagle single speed 42x18, road to mountain pass Kamenka



The brevet, one way finished, Alexander Kuzemko, randonneur from Kyiv, rides Colnago Eagle, single speed, 42x18, place Synevir lake



The brevet. Me, on Kamenka mountain pass



The brevet forum in Ukraine there is
http://www.velokiev.com/forum/viewto...p?f=51&t=52080

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Old 01-27-09, 09:30 AM   #2
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Nice pictures. I'm impressed your partner was able to ride that far that fast on a single speed mountain bike. Interesting to see how it is done in other parts of the world.
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Excellent pix. Interesting overlay of the elevation profile and rider's heart rate data. I really like that idea.
Cool to see someone else doing distance on a singlespeed. (I'm working my way up to longer distances.) I just started seriously riding singlespeed this year, and so far I'm only up to about 40 miles. Seeing someone doing a 340K is just more incentive to keep going.
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cool pics!

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Just inform you all, that I'd like to add some new muntain passes to get distance 400 km long. Hope to check it on roads this year. It should be 400 K brevet!
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