Enjoying the off-season

November 1, 2008 at 9:35 pm Leave a comment

Not much new to report here other than I have been taking advantage of the off-season to get a lot of work done (academic research as well as work on my e-commerce website topocreator.com). It’s also left me a little more time each day with my family which I am really thankful for. I’ve been riding everyday to work so I have still been getting in about 75 miles of riding each week, but I haven’t ridden on the weekends now for a couple weeks. That will change on November 15th when Birmingham’s winter training series (called BBL because of its similarities to the Athens WBL) kicks back up again.

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Sassafras Mountain Epic Ride 2008 – End of the year review

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I left the house just under 30 hours ago and ridden 311 miles with well over 32,000 feet of climbing (the ibike under reports gain even more than the 1000). Easiest climb to get home. Plus my dead Garmin 800 still crashes every time I try to boot it up, presumably trying to load the in-progress #everesting 237 miles and 28,000 feet in. Thankfully I was using my Garmin 1000 to silence all the doubters who question the accuracy of my 800 and somehow trust the 1000 data because it's lower and that somehow makes it more accurate. Does anyone know how I can retrieve the file? Summit #everesting #fizik #stravaproveit just before the manatees.

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Anaerobic Threshold:
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Heart rate:180 bpm
Maximums:
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Heart rate:198 bpm (5s)
AT power estimated by critical power curve in Golden Cheetah, which predicts I should be able to maintain 315 watts for 1 hour.

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