Not far, just around the block. Slippery where it wasn't shoveled well.
I just wanted to be first to start this discussion.
To visit a previous discussion on this ride, see page 4 of "How far you've ridden in 2018."
Thanks. For others interested in the idea, start here:
and page forward. I'm not sure how many LPs Curt(is) used to map his ride, but carrying all of them had to weigh him down a bit. ;-)
And on top of that, the vinyl tended to get warped after a few hours in the summer sun!
Skip, I found this on the web:
Maybe these folks have a file for you. If you get one, I would love to see it as well
Thanks, Sean. Actually, I am a dope-o-rama. Not sure why I didn't think to check Ride With GPS. Here are two routes from that site:
I'm sure there must be plenty more, but these were the first two which popped up and their distances seemed to match the mileages mentioned on that 2018 thread.
474.49 miles in June, bringing my YTD total to 2,258.99 miles.
not commuting to the office every day is killing my mileage - i'm down 650 miles from this point last year.
As is the custom, I generally only update my mileage at the end of each month. However, after trailing by 719 miles on May 1st, I have now caught and passed Curt(is)2019 year-to-date by opening July with 3 consecutive days of Perimeter Rides while acquiring some truly funky tan lines on my hands and forehead!
1,748 miles since March 16, 2020 or 79 days commuting plus one recreational ride on the North Branch Trail.
1082.2 after Seventh Step Take It Easy Ride. extrapolation for 2020 down to 1908.2. :-(
I cycled 1,046 outdoor miles in July, bringing my 2020 total to 5,012 outdoor miles (excluding 909 indoor Zwift miles). I need an incremental 2,488 outdoor miles to hit my 7,500 mile goal. So I am 67% of the way there. Not traveling for work has certainly helped me log the miles.
4194 outdoor ytd
I had a good month, 896.53 miles in July.
3244.94 miles for the year