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37.4, does that put me in the lead? :-)

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I set no goals on the bike, but was determined not to drive unless necessary. I put 1500 miles on the car which was all out of town. It takes about 75 miles to remember how the speed control works. I needed to jump start the car on Christmas Eve because I had forgotten to drive it for 6 weeks. I guess I put a few miles on the bike.

I counted up my mileage last night, and I rode 1289 miles this year, down about 150 miles from the previous year.  I'm not surprised this is lower considering the frigid temps last winter.  I'm hoping to break 1500 in 2015.

3300 miles (which is a low-ball figure with some unaccounted miles before I started logging in earnest starting on Labor Day.)  My modest goal is 5,200 in 2015.

I bought a new sports car and drove that a lot! Top down with the stereo blasting is so much fun! Rode the bike on rainy days only ;-) In any case no mater how much I ride I still end up back at home! So, I guess zero miles.

What about frequent flyer miles?

Andy Moss 9.5 said:

Just under 3,000.  

I put 5,000 miles on my car in 2014.  

Another estimate for me...just around 4500 and maybe a couple more to the store and back tonight...

How far you've *driven* in 2014 is a different thread! 

I managed 6971 for 2014. Hoping for 8k or better in 2015.

Last commute of the year brought me to 2680.  2013 was over 3,000.  I hope our weather stays as it has been so far this winter so I can keep up my normal commuting and then plan some longer rides in the warmer times.

there's time for another 29 before midnight!

Deet 4.5mi said:

I managed 6971 for 2014. Hoping for 8k or better in 2015.

Right? Weak sauce...

bob hsiung said:

there's time for another 29 before midnight!

Deet 4.5mi said:

I managed 6971 for 2014. Hoping for 8k or better in 2015.

and equally worthless...

bob hsiung said:

How far you've *driven* in 2014 is a different thread! 

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