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Your Weekend/Weekly Cycling Reports -- Feb 17/18

Old 02-17-18, 04:51 AM
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Your Weekend/Weekly Cycling Reports -- Feb 17/18

Tell us all about your cycling or other sports over the weekend or week.
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Went out with the wife...She is struggling to learn how to work the gears. She has a Campagnolo Record set up and it is a bit different. Trying to get her comfortable before we start trying to climb any of the mountains in our backyard...
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Saturday - This may be the only ride outside this weekend. A foot of snow is forecast for tomorrow. Today I did a little over 50 miles on the De Rosa. Pretty calm by the house but once I got to the other side of the valley where I did most of my rides the winds were sucking. Over 20 mph at time and it was a struggle to maintain a 15 mph pace into the headwind. I also diverted up one of the mountains for a nice little 5 mile climb along the river. Nice to be up there. I may try and get out in the morning before the snows for another ride but don't know for sure what's going to happen. I put on way too much weight lately so even long rides like this are being done with nothing but diluted sports drink.

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I cancelled tomorrow's group ride: 2"-4" snow overnight, then mixed rain and snow all day, temps in the mid-30's, winds to 30 knots, and a 1000mb low over Puget Sound with a coastal flooding alert. We were supposed to ride 32 miles, including the new bike path on the new floating bridge across Lake Washington, but it didn't seem like the day for it. And I just fixed up my single rain bike with new cassette, new chain, and new tires for the occasion since Stoker wasn't about to ride in a sub-40 cold rain anyway. Bummer. As it is said, there are only two kinds of riders in the PNW, the wet and the weak, and we won't even get a chance to get wet.

Oh well. We'll have an indoor roller party instead and hope we don't flood just before it.
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BNB 200K - Hot Hot Hot

We decided to do our first 200 kilometre Audax cycling event, since the one we did in Canada in June, on mainland Australia in Victoria this weekend. As some of you know, our cycling club is Audax Australia, and Audax cycling or Randonneuring is timed ultradistance cycling. Some of our events are a bit shorter 50 km or 100 km ... those are often warm-up events early in the season, or winter events later in the season. But then the bigger events start with the 200 km distance, and go up from there.

This particular event is called a 200K but that's a minimum designation. They can be a bit longer than that, and this one was 215 kilometres. But whatever the distance, it still has to be completed in 13 hours and 30 minutes.

We've cycled some of the roads included on this event before, so we had some idea what to expect, but we've done it under cooler conditions. This ended up being a very hot ride!! Our on-bike thermometres were recording over 40C out there on the road in the sun and the recorded high (always recorded in the shade) was 33C. Fortunately, the clouds did gather toward the end of the day, and the last 50 kilometres were somewhat cooler ... with a threatening storm and a decent tailwind!

There were so many birds ... living in Tasmania, I miss the melodic magpies of the mainland. And there was one large kangaroo.

And now I look like Australia ... I blend right in! I'm very reddish brown like the Australian soil.

Distance: 215.47 km
Elevation: 1,484 m
Moving Time: 10:55:56
Elapsed Time:12:34:18
Speed: Avg: 19.7 km/h | Max: 49.7 km/h


A word about equipment ...

We were on our Touring Bicycles rather than our usual distance bicycles because we're planning a little tour in the coming week. Our Touring Bicycles tend to be slightly slower because of their geometry and weight.

I need new shoes!! My feet are killing me. I got this pair of cycling shoes before my arthritis got as bad as it is, and as a result of the arthritis, my feet are wider. But the shoes are very narrow. In addition, my feet swell when riding long distances and in the heat. I did loosen the worst shoe off part way through the ride, but the damage had been done by then.

BTW - in case you wondered - I put a lot of weight on my feet when I ride.

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between sat and sun I watched 2 episodes of top gear while on my trainer
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Sadly no riding this weekend due to nasty cold that started Friday morning and is determined to ruin my 3 day weekend.
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Spring arrived yesterday. 77-80 and sunny (finally!). Went out after work and just kept on going. Several months ago I attempted a ride that I ended up having to make a call of shame to be rescued from. Yesterday I finished it on my own, though it took way too long .
Also discovered Honey Stingers- those things are tasty!
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Sadly no riding this weekend due to nasty cold that started Friday morning and is determined to ruin my 3 day weekend.


Same here.

Zilch yesterday. Today rallied enough to clean & oil a chain.
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Yesterday was a fairly perfunctory ride on the TCX. I didn't think I headed out all that late, but as I headed up 9W, I saw a whole bunch of riders, and several race teams, coming back, but only one rider in front of me the whole way up to Piermont, and no one passed. Wait - I take that back. A small group came out of the park at Alpine a bit a head of me, but turned on Ruckman to take the trail down before I could catch up. Although I was on the CX, I just didn't feel like taking that trail - not in the mood for the rocks. Only four bikes at The Market. Did take the trail from there down to Piermont, and it was just sad and slushy. However, an espresso lightened my spirits, and there happened to be a few riders going the same way on the way back, but they didn't return my greeting, so I just let them provide a little lead out before I unceremoniously dropped them on State Line hill.

It snowed pretty hard last night, but it was sunny and not too cold this morning - when I looked out I thought: no way can I just sit inside and let this pass, so I threw on some togs and headed out before all the clumps of snow blew off the trees.

Rode around the neighborhood for about an hour, just taking in the sunshine and the scenery. Little less than seven miles, little more than 500'. Totally made up for yesterday's drag of a ride.


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Managed to ride Friday, Saturday and today......woo-hoo !!!

Friday at 11:16pm got out after hemming and hawing since 9o'clock. Everything was great for about an hour and then fog started to show up. Wasn't too bad for a bit but then, BAM and thick as pea soup. 10' to 15' sight distance was not cool so I packed it in and headed back home finishing with 50 miles slightly before 2AM. Waited for the sun to come up and then back at it. Left house at 7:50AM and hooked up with the Saturday LBS group for a short bit then watched as they pulled away. Didn't stop until I got back home after another 75 miles.

Today I bicycled to Walmart for some food stuff at 7AM. Got home in time to kit up and head out to the local bike trail head to meet a group. Hung on for a while then they were off and flying. Finished up with another 75 miles and feeling pretty fine.
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Severe neck pain after a metric century Wednesday persuaded me to stick with 20-30 mile rides. I'm fine on those -- that seems to be the limit my old C2 neck vertebrae injury can tolerate. But every attempt at 50 miles or more ends up with neck pain, usually stuck in bed or nursing neck pain all the next day.

22 miles Friday afternoon, our first really warm day this year, up to 80F by midday. And 28 miles Sunday evening, cool and misty, in the low 60s. Still feeling a bit draggy after January's bout with flu but those distances were enjoyable.

And I'm getting adjusted to the clipless pedals/shoes and firmer saddle on the road bike. Feels more efficient. I'm not actually any faster, but I feel less exhausted with the same effort. I realize now I was wasting a lot of energy before, scooting around on an ill-fitting saddle, and constantly shifting my feet around to stay in the sweet spot on rough chipseal pavement. With the new saddle my butt just plants itself naturally, and I scoot onto the nose much less often for climbs and sprints from a seated position. And no more spasms in my feet, especially the arches, with the rigid road shoes.
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Fri: TGIF Zwift ride.. 1.5hr total with a good full gas effort up the volcano at the end.

Sat: 37mi with a friend out to our local big hill and back. was going to ride the CX and get my shifting sorted out but legs were heavy after the trainer ride so I went with the road bike instead.. always fun to go back to the light bike. my friend saw that I had the road bike and ran back inside to get his to make things fair.

Sun: went to the N. American handmade bike show that was in town this weekend. saw some really cool bikes and interesting ideas. this Parlee was one of my favorite paint jobs there.
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So weird to hear about cold weather some of you are dealing with when it's going to be 89 degrees (in February) this week. It sucks! On the good side the mornings have been nice. I went to Picnic and Davis Is. on Saturday for 41 miles. Foggy morning. Sometimes it was almost clear and other spots you could see only a block away. Sunday I rode out to Flatwoods park. I found some paths I hadn't been on before. Total miles were 47. I also got out Tuesday and Thursday for my Davis Is. evening rides. Not too bad. Did 26 miles both days.
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Bonus holiday ride today. Meandered about on streets named after presidents, many of which involved decent little climbs. Surprising lame on most of them. Not sure why. Inadequate breakfast, maybe. Anyhow, the steepest was probably Eisenhower, and I got my worst time ever on it (PR recorded last year on this holiday). Got a snack at the ranger station, and since the barrier was in place, skipped that hill.

The snack helped, because once I got back on 9W, I put it in the big ring and took off as if I were doing a time trial. Whenever I felt the urge to downshift so I could pedal faster, I just pedaled faster without shifting instead. Worked pretty well. Got some excellent times on the way to State Line - a couple of PR, and certainly my best solo time on whole stretch. A slight breeze helped a bit, but it was hardly windy - just enough to lift a flag now and then.

Had a couple of meatballs and some pasta at The Market, and took the easy way home. It's a holiday, after all. 35 miles, 2,300' (almost all of which was between miles 5 and 25)
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I cancelled tomorrow's group ride: 2"-4" snow overnight, then mixed rain and snow all day, temps in the mid-30's, winds to 30 knots, and a 1000mb low over Puget Sound with a coastal flooding alert. We were supposed to ride 32 miles, including the new bike path on the new floating bridge across Lake Washington, but it didn't seem like the day for it. And I just fixed up my single rain bike with new cassette, new chain, and new tires for the occasion since Stoker wasn't about to ride in a sub-40 cold rain anyway. Bummer. As it is said, there are only two kinds of riders in the PNW, the wet and the weak, and we won't even get a chance to get wet.

Oh well. We'll have an indoor roller party instead and hope we don't flood just before it.
I woke up on Sunday to see spotty weather on the cams. I turned up one last-minute rider and we did the ride anyway. We had sun, graupel, 36° rain, and blowing snow all in 32 miles. The sun was because we were riding in the center of the low, with the nasty stuff circling around. We'd get the wind and weather whenever we moved out of the center of the moving low. Yep, I got wet.
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Monday is still the weekend for me. We finally had some sunny days here in Seattle, though near freezing with some wind. I rode my recently purchased Giant without any destinations in mind, and remembered to take some photos this time. I went in a new (for me) direction on a greenway in my neighborhood until it abruptly stopped, then huffed and puffed my way up some steep residential streets until I made it to the border of the city zoo. Not having a reason to go anywhere else, I went down a road planning to turn left before the Fremont bridge to merge into the Burke-Gilman trail, only to be thwarted by a no left turn sign that I never knew was there. Forced to cross the bridge, I decided to go to Lake Union Park where there weren't too many people, making it easy to meander around looking for some photo ops.

After rolling around for a while, I decided to head back to the Burke-Gilman. It was getting close to lunch time so I just snapped some pics on the University of Washington campus and went home.
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Monday -- Great Victorian Rail Trail

Hot day. Lightly graveled trail

Distance: 40.26 km
Elevation: 333 m
Moving Time: 2: 50 :11
Elapsed Time: 3:57:48
Speed: Avg: 14.2 km/h | Max: 26.6 km/h


Plus 3.6 km walking.

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Was away for the Chinese Lunar New Year holidays, going out of town visiting parents and relatives. So this Tuesday morning was my first time back on the bike after about a week off the bike. Went out on my usual training route, planned to do two laps (47km) at my usual pace but found out that I couldn't do it. Halfway through the first lap I was already winded and struggled to keep the pace. Decided to just take things slow and head back after 1 lap to rest and recover.


When I examined my heart rate data later, seems like I got tired after ~12-13km and could no longer get HR up for the remainder of the ride.


Moving Time: 56:43
Distance: 27.6km
Avg Speed: 29.3km/h
Max Speed: 50km/h
Elevation Gain: 141m
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Heartbreaking Ride

Absolutely heartbreaking ride this weekend, can't tell you how many times I've ridden past this school in the mornings as the students are walking to school. Our club in Parkland has an all club ride of silence this Saturday







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Tuesday-- Great Victorian Rail Trail

Hot day. Lightly graveled trail

Distance: 40.26 km
Elevation: 333 m
Moving Time: 2: 50 :11
Elapsed Time: 3:57:48
Speed: Avg: 14.2 km/h | Max: 26.6 km/h


Plus 3.6 km walking.
Wednesday -- Great Victorian Rail Trail

Cooler day. Short distance, but then we did some extra riding for a total of 63.4 km.
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Relaxing on the deck of our cabin. Drinking coffee. Listening to the magpies sing as they walk around and the Olympics on TV in the cabin.

We've cycled 80.7 km to get here and there was a lot of uphill today.

Warm muggy day but some cloud cover took the edge off.

One highlight today ... we stopped at a friend's place (someone I haven't seen for 3 or 4 years ) and I tried my hand at spinning ... like with a spinning wheel!



Distance: 80.74 km
Elevation: 566 m
Moving Time: 5:22:20
Elapsed Time 7:44:58
Speed: Avg: 15.0 km/h | Max: 27.7 km/h

We're using our touring bicycles with a bit of a load on these days.
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Day 4!! Today was our longest day of cycling. Hot and muggy but mostly overcast. Lots of downhill, but still a few climbs to tire the legs.

But we are enjoying summer!! We don't get much of a summer back in Tasmania.


Distance: 87.66 km
Elevation: 461 m
Moving Time: 5:25:02
Elapsed Time: 7:35:10
Speed: Avg: 16.2 km/h | Max: 32.4 km/h
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