A mix of mtb, road and turbo. Fairly pleased with those numbers as it has been a busy year at work, and I have had four weeks away with no opportunity to get on a bike. Also slowed down a bit in December due to some sort of lingering bug. Three days left to add to those numbers…Posted 2 months agoMarkBrewerMember
This year has been my worst effort for years. I did buy a house that needed a lot of work earlier in the year so sorting that out pretty much wiped out May & June, and I’ve only ridden once so far this month due to a bug I can’t shift.
I’ll try and squeeze one more proper ride in if I can but got a feeling these stats wont get added to ☹
Pretty much all MTB
58 ridesPosted 2 months ago
Hours 415h 31 mins
Road and gravel. Mostly commuting but plenty of fun rides as well and alpine road rides. Most commutes are extended and not just door to door.
About to get up and head out on gravel bike which should put me over my 10,000 km target.Posted 2 months agoclaudieMember
Mix of MTB and road and a little bit of rollers ( which i still find scary and exhausting )
Good year for me as i have also done hiking, swimming and running for the first time in years
Really impressed with some of the numbers some of you have achieved as im retired and have loads of time to playPosted 2 months agofathomerSubscriber
Here’s mine, though I’m riding tomorrow and hopefully Tuesday. All outdoors, mixture of road and mtb. I’d set myself a goal of 200k meter climbing for no real reason, it was nice to get there on Christmas morning 🙂
Distance: 11,198.5 kmPosted 1 month ago
Time: 590h 45m
Elev Gain: 202,304 m
Distance – 4,811.6 mi
Time – 370h 7m
Elev Gain – 354,800 ft
Rides – 232
Split over a combination of mtb, road and some turbo. Will rise slightly tomorrow as off to FoD!Posted 1 month ago
Made a target at the start of the year to hit 5000 miles but nearing the end of September I realised this meant a weekly average of 114 miles from then on, managed it until mid December when norovirus plus Christmas commitments hit and it became impossible to fit in the miles, oh well next year!MTB-IdleMember
- I went for quality over quantity this year and I’ve had some great rides but still put in some good numbers #thoseaintrookienumbers
Time: 373h 39m
Distance: 8,068 km / 5,013 miles
Elev Gain: 60,088 m / 197,139 feet
Mainly commuting and road rides, some gravel style MTB rides. Zero turbo cos like that ain’t riding is it.sunday wobblerSubscriber
Down a bit on the last two years but that’s mainly due to more MTB and not as many long road rides. No overseas cycling trip this year either and as I live in the mountainous East Anglia elevation is not as high as I’d like.
Enjoyed my riding this year and that’s the important thing in my eyes.Posted 1 month agodjflexureSubscriber
Distance 2,998.7 mi
Time 204h 9m
Elev Gain 121,253 ft
Will complete final ride today or tomorrow to reach 3K (or I might not). Started to get fit agin this year after a couple off the bike and enjoyed it.
Mixture of MTB, commuting on canals, road rides and Zwift. Trainer miles should count for more than outdoor miles; no rest, no coasting 🙂Posted 1 month agoMister PMember
Time 309h 45m
Distance 5200 miles (8320km)
Elevation Gain 222923ft (67947m)
I still have 3 commutes to go, that’s another 60 miles to add to the totals.
Just worked out that’s an average speed of 16.8 miles an hour over the year. Quite pleased with that as I was on a gravel bike for a couple of months and my single speed road bike for the last 8 weeks.Posted 1 month agoShredMember
Distance 7,264.2 km
Time 374h 42m
Elev Gain 120,018 m
Not as much mileage as hoped, was looking for 8,000km, but more mtb this year reduced that.Posted 1 month ago
And a crash this morning on my last ride of the year has me sitting here with a very sore and stiff hip, and very sore ribs.chakapingSubscriber
Distance = 2,375.8km
Time = 235h 45m
Elev Gain = 82,658 m
Rides = 105
Well down on previous years, but I have stopped working for myself at home and joined the rat race.
Also literally only about four road rides in there, rest is MTB. And I’ve been going to the gym two or three times a week all year. And taken up running.
Is that enough excuses yet?
Happily, I’m actually riding technical stuff faster and more confidently on the MTBs, thanks to the gym work.Posted 1 month agoold donaldMember
6000.4 miles completed – ticked off the final 35 today to reach my target – no namby pamby indoor miles – lots of commuting in very wet conditions in the last 4 months in grandest West Yorkshire – though today I swear I saw dust – was on the canal towpath mind – but you have to take the positives after the last 4 months of rainPosted 1 month agocorrodedMember
More rides than last year but missed my target by about 100 miles, which points to doing more MTB than 2018. However, most of my miles have been ‘mixed’ on a gravel or road bike (no commuting). Had a lot of fun, though, in France, Italy, Tasmania and California so generally satisfied. I’d like to do more more bikepacking and overnight tours next year and not let work kill entire months of my life.Posted 1 month agocrispy baconMember
My stats are:
Rides – 122
Mileage – 4,820 miles – 7,757Km
Climbing – 390,000ft – 118,000m
My worst years riding since 2015, however I spent a lot of time this year caring for my Father who sadly passed away in May & then I was knocked off my bike when a car hit me on a roundabout in November & it’s taken time to recover.
I am hoping that 2020 will be a better year for me & my riding.Posted 1 month agonbtMember
Lots of commuting (CX or road, v occasionally MTB), some tandem road rides, a bit of MTB
I’ve still got a ride home (10.8km or 6.45 miles, 280m or 922ft elevation) but so far:
Distance 5,149.4 km (3,199.7 mi) (2,219km excluding commutes)
Time 326h 40m (146h 25m excluding commutes)
Elev Gain 89,196 m (292,638 ft) (34,128m excluding commutes)
that means 2930 km and 55,068m elevation in 180 hours just while commuting. Quite pleased with that, not sure why some folks feel that commuting isn’t proper ridingPosted 1 month ago
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