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Old 12-22-09, 10:36 AM   #1
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2009 reflection / 2010 goal thread

there are similar threads in other subforums, we should have one here.

What are the accomplishments that you are proud of for 2009. What are your plans/goals for 2010?
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Old 12-22-09, 10:39 AM   #2
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i had a great year in 2009, completed my first (and subsequent others) century ride, bike commuted to work multiple days a week despite the painful hours it forced me to keep. Built up my bianchi with chorus-11 which rides every bit as well as i had hoped for, and overall had a really fun year in the saddle, nothing too serious, which is the way i like it.

for 2010 i hope to ride to work even more often and join my local group ride, which has a lot of strong riders in it. I also plan to do a multi-day tour along the east coast, more to come on that...
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'09 sucked for riding for me. My longest ride was 58 miles and it nearly killed me. My total was probably about 300 miles and that's being optimistic. I've lived vicariously through BF as well as the increased coverage of cycling on Versus and hope that 2010 will be a better year.
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2009, late in the year I started cycling more than in the past, commuted to work
2010 plans, early April - Finally purchase my Caad9-5, and in Sept do my first Solo Century ( ideally less than 5-6hrs)
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I lost 140 lbs. in 2009. Took up cycling in May and completed my first century in September. Took up running in October and completed a 3 mile run the day after Thanksgiving (and am scheduled for another one on Christmas Eve).

2010 Goals/Events I'm Signed Up For:
1. RAGBRAI!
2. Maintain a weight of 210 or less (currently at 205, 6'5").
3. Ukrop 6 mile run in Richmond, VA, in March
4. Tour de Cure in Indy (100 miles on the Indy500 track)
5. RAIN (Ride Across INdiana, 156 miles in one day)
6. Learn to swim correctly and possibly enter a triathalon
7. 500 Festival mini-marathon in Indy in May
8. Livestrong challenge in Philly
9. Continue to grow as a person and to cherish my friends!
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I lost 140 lbs. in 2009. !
that is an amazing accomplishment, congratulations to you!
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Old 12-22-09, 11:06 AM   #7
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I'd like to do 4,000 to 5,000 miles in '10. I did about 2,500 in '09, despite being laid up most of the summer with a serious health issue. That behind me, I'm ready ride.
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Took up cycling in september. Rode my first Century Dec. 6th w/ several pros.

Did consulting work for www.sharethedamnroad.com, owned by my coach, Phil Gaimon of Jelly Belly.

Spent every penny I had on stuff to keep me on the road.

Had multiple 20+ hr weeks while in Graduate school @ UF

Looking forward to race season in the SECCC.
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Old 12-22-09, 11:11 AM   #9
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I lost 140 lbs. in 2009. Took up cycling in May and completed my first century in September. Took up running in October and completed a 3 mile run the day after Thanksgiving (and am scheduled for another one on Christmas Eve).

2010 Goals/Events I'm Signed Up For:
1. RAGBRAI!
2. Maintain a weight of 210 or less (currently at 205, 6'5").
3. Ukrop 6 mile run in Richmond, VA, in March
4. Tour de Cure in Indy (100 miles on the Indy500 track)
5. RAIN (Ride Across INdiana, 156 miles in one day)
6. Learn to swim correctly and possibly enter a triathalon
7. 500 Festival mini-marathon in Indy in May
8. Livestrong challenge in Philly
9. Continue to grow as a person and to cherish my friends!
You will have fun on the track for the Tour de Cure. We had a large group last year that did it. RAIN is actually 160 to 163 miles long. That was even better than the Tour de Cure.

Mine are to get under 130lbs and hopefully win some CAT 5 races and work towards CAT 3 status.
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Old 12-22-09, 11:11 AM   #10
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2009 - Just over 3000 miles ridden on a bike I actually like. Just over 1500 mile run. For me, using a 50/34 is a failed experiment - back to a grown up crank set. My dork disc broke and fell off during a club ride.

For 2010, more of the same. The Tarmac is going to go on ebay in the spring, no need for the thing, I like the Allez better. Maybe a little more cycling and a little less running, maybe not.
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2009 Reflection:

1) Easily maintained my 100 pound weight loss from the year before.
2) Did first century of 5 for the year.
3) Did first solo century.
4) Increased the average speed on my normal after dinner route from ~16mph to ~19mph.
5) Embraced riding after dark and now feel totally comfortable doing it.
6) ~4000 total miles.

2010 Goals:

1) 20 century rides.
2) 6000 total miles (easier to track now with the Edge 305).
3) Do the 100 mile route of the Dairyland Dare
4) Do the 202 mile Paul Bunyan Double Century.
5) Participate in the St. Paul Bicycle Racing Club's Beginning Racer's Program.
6) Enter at least one race after completing the above.
7) Lose another 15 pounds and get back to my low of 165-170.
8) Do the local MS150 ride (just to do it)

and, most important to me...

9) Become a better bike handler.
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Old 12-22-09, 11:17 AM   #12
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2009
Put in allot of saddle time, great new club to ride an train with. With help from a great coach and club members, refined my training and saw good improvements.

2010
Hopefully put in the hours, capitalize on what I learned from this year.
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Bought my bike in Nov. 2009 and have managed to put about 300 miles on in the last month with a long of 45 miles yesterday.

2010
Drop another 15-20 lbs.
Ride my first century
Pick up the pace!
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I like this thread. Congratulations to those of you who had good years, and here's to continued good riding in 2010!

2009:
VERY happy with my continued improvement as a cyclist. Began riding with faster & faster groups and was able to keep up, which was great. Put in many long distance rides, with groups, friends, and solo. Also happy to feel that after a few years of committed riding that my fitness and stamina levels are really getting quite good, to the point where I can miss a few days and not feel like I've lost anything. Definitely set a new mileage total this year. Oh, and I also picked up two new, nice bikes that I've enjoyed riding.

2010:
Continue to ride as often as possible, but remember that I'm just doing this for fun. I want to always enjoy my rides and just slow down a bit and enjoy the scenery, being outside, and being on a bike. I just about have all of my road bikes set up just as I want them, so I'd like to spend the year just riding, not tinkering, upgrading, etc.

And I also move 600 miles south in two weeks, which is going to make '10 awesome So long northeast winters!

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Total WOW for this year.
Waiting to see whats in store for 2010.
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2009 highlights: 5,000+ miles, 4:44 century

2010 goals: 5,000+ miles, 4:30 century, (4:15???), turn 50
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2009 was kind of a coming of age year for myself and my wife when it comes to our cycling. We had always ridden together and set goals together. This year was a bit different in that she got the itch to race. Myself, not so much...

We had done group ride and charity events and she wanted to move onto the next level. I was kind of happy where I was, but knew there was no real way to avoid it. If I wanted to continue to ride with her and at the same level, then I had to come along.

We decided to join the local cycling club and do their events to get our feet wet and see if we actually enjoyed the competition. She exceled and put in some awesome results. I was right alongside with her, but since I was competing with the guys the results were less then desirable. I was feeling a bit down, but then realized that I needed to compete with myself and forget about everyone else. So I went out and just tried to get better results and better times and steadly improved as the season wore on.

At the latter stages of the summer we joined up with a local group of riders that had weekly weekend and weeknight rides to add to our training miles. Through this group we met a rider who was looking to coach up and comers and was also dabbling with the idea of starting a women's cycling team.

We started training with him, and few others, exclusively. We had the beginnings of a team forming and had our sites set on the Provincial Time Trial finals. The day arrived and we really didn't know what to expect. I went in just looking for experience and hoping not finish last

The unofficial team had a great day with my wife winning her class (Master 'A' women's), I finished 45th out of 60 I believe, the other woman in our group was 3rd in the ELite Women's and the other guy won the Master 'A' men's.

After that it was decided to make the team official and the goals for 2010 revolve around that.

We want to get the team off the ground, get our name out there and hopefully draw in a few more riders and some more sponsors.

Myself I'm going in with no preconcevied notions...This is my first attempt at real racing and just hope to survive. After the first few races I'll set some real goals and such, but at this point I truly have no idea what to expect...
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There is no doubt that 2009 was my best Road bike year.
1) Completed the first Imperial Century group ride at an average speed of 18.9 MPH, I'm real happy with that one.
2) Increased the number of rides per week from 1/2 to 3/4 and joined two new clubs. Almost doubled weekly mileage from 70/90 per week to 130/150 per week.
3) Did some short stints with "A" groups. Three partial rides with "A" level groups. The best was performing a 23MPH, 1 mile pull with some stout riders in tow. Not bad for a "B" guy.
4) Completed the conversion of a 1986 Nishiki Prestige to a full STI 16 speed bike with aero, bladed spoke wheels.
5) Lost 30lbs and kept it off.
Next Year
1) Convert at least one vintage ride, probably a Centurion Ironman to an STI bike.
2) Increase speed sufficiently to ride with the "A" groups.
3) Increase pull time with main Saturday club ride.
4) Lose another 20lbs.
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Some incredible stories. Mine's kinda wimpy, but... in 2008, my goal was to quit smoking and not to worry if I got fat and turn 51 years. I quit smoking, I got fat, and I turned over my 51st year. Not bad. In 2009, my goal was to lose weight and to turn my 52nd year. I chose to do this by cycling because after waiting on tables for nearly 17 years, my (ankles, knees, hips) were pretty banged up. I needed a low-impact exercise that would help my lungs to heal. I had been commuting to work on my Trek 800 Sport for the past...since 2002 (do the math yourself). As the days got longer, I began getting up with the sun and putting, first, 20 miles, and then, 30 miles on my 800 Sport before work a couple of times a week and on weekends. In July, I bought my first road bike, a Trek 2.1. I don't know how many miles I put on that 800 Sport, but I've over a thousand on the Trek, and this in the wettest year on record. I put 60 miles on the 2.1 the first day I had it. Subsequently, I did a 70 mile charity run, and rode to a conference 80 miles from home in September, coming back two days later. That was gas. I lost some weight: a stone (14 pounds). I turned 52.

My goals for 2010: I want to register at least 2500 miles on the 2.1, four of which will result from centuries. I want to lose another stone. I want to pass 53 years. I really enjoy the hill climbing and look forward to increasing the speeds at which I climb some of the local hills <<http://www.mapmyride.com/ride/ireland/parteen/866125659767375249>> I am preparing for a charity in Kerry this summer (112miles, with some 1300 foot climbs and hellacious winds). I would like to say that this year I will get more confident descending hills, but until they remove people, dogs, horses and unpredictable, often irresponsible drivers from the roads here, I don't see that happening. I don't see myself buying any new gear for my bike, but my wife gets a job and I get a promotion, I would like to invest in another set of wheels, a carbon headset, stem and handlebars.
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- Rode in Manhattan for three days while visiting my daughter in March



- Rode (all of 3 miles) with Lance Armstrong on Hollywood Blvd., in March

- Completed the Solvang Century, the L.A. Bike Marathon (and picked up a cool Col. Allen Allensworth jersey), rode the Fargo Street Hill Climb- 33% grade - all in March



- Completed the Chico Wildflower Century, in April

- Rode the south rim of Canyon de Chelly with my brother, in June

- Rode up Nichols Canyon (Los Angeles) twice with the La Grange bike club, wearing the same jersey I wore as a member of the club a few decades ago, in June

- Served as "host" for the Rapha "team" on a century in Navajo country, in July



- Forty mile "before breakfast" ride from Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite, to Tioga Pass to Mono Lake, and back to Tuolumne Meadows (without knowing I had 80%+ blockage of a coronary artery), in July

- Finished a ride to the Hollywood Sign despite experiencing chest pains - August



- Got back on my bike three days after two stents were placed in my coronary artery (eight months after a heart attack); rode back up to the Hollywood Sign ten days after the new stents were placed

- Rediscovered how much I enjoy riding after dark (with the crew from Mike's bike shop) - September

- Solo night ride to Hollywood Sign - December
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2009: Took up road cycling, bought a Cervelo. 2893 km logged km on that bike (actual total is slightly larger, but I don't think I broke 3000) Did an additional 808 km on the MTB. Joined the weekly group ride midsummer. Lost 40 lbs. Shaved legs.

2010 goals:

1. Break 200 lbs. (20 to go!)

2. Race in a crit.

3. Race an MTB race.

4. Mt Doom!

5. 5000 km on the Cervelo

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Hmmmmm, to do better in 2010 than 2009 which shouldn't be difficult.
2010 goals are
- continue training hard through January.
- have surgery in late Jan, early Feb.
- be back on the bike by March
- race by May
- HTFU and race some crits this summer

All dependent on a quick recovery from #2.
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Glad I didn't get hit by the bus in 2009.

Hope to similarly avoid being flattened in 2010.

That is all.
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2009: Took up road cycling, bought a Cervelo. 2893 km logged km on that bike (actual total is slightly larger, but I don't think I broke 3000) Did an additional 808 km on the MTB. Joined the weekly group ride midsummer. Lost 40 lbs. Shaved legs.

2010 goals:

1. Break 200 lbs. (20 to go!)

2. Race in a crit.

3. Race an MTB race.

4. Mt Doom!

5. 5000 km on the Cervelo

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[SIZE="3"][B]- Rode in Manhattan for three days while visiting my daughter in March
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