Who does more commuting than MTB riding?
If you commute to work by bike every day it’s hard not to spend both more time and more km unless you’re a guide.
This, I do 60 miles commuting a week, maybe a bit more depending on route/if I’m in town in the evenings etc. And in general if I “ride” twice a week it’ll be 60 miles total MTB tops. Sometimes more of course, sometimes less.Posted 5 years agoTiRedMember
90-100 miles a week commuting (fixed wheel – 29,000 pedal strokes/week). Less road riding (average of about 40-50 per week). Much less MTB’ing (10 per week in Swinley, normally with the kids, plus some racing and a rare trip to Wales).
My commute is my cardio training. My MTB’ing is my hill training.Posted 5 years agoti_pin_manMember
looking at the topics on here every day i reckon most of us do more commuting than mountain biking, shall we set up commutingTrackWorld dot com?
Its all about bikes versus cars versus red lights, roadies, bikes versus humans versus the world. and on and on… tme we maybe had a seperate section in the tabs at the top of the page for commute rants!
i recommend it to the house.Posted 5 years agobinnersSubscriber
I combine the two. Tarmac in the morning to get in quick. Then I’ve the choice of a number of fantastic off road routes home. All 15-20 miles. My favourite involves about 1500ft of climbing, takes in the moors, a quick lap of Cragg Quarry, followed by a 4 mile off road descent to the house, with some lovely singletrack.
Sit back and bask in the glow of my smugness 😀Posted 5 years ago
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