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  1. #81
    Rode 30 miles of trail on Monday and Tuesday of this week (before the rain). I love spending summers in Orono as there is such a wide range of trail. From super tech to fast and flow, the only thing missing is elevation.



    Here are a few pics of the university of Maine trails. There must be at least 50 miles worth in the area. (Sorry about the crappy cell pics). These are from one of the original trails in the network.
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  3. #83
    Got about 20 miles in here in Philly at wissahickon

    Haven't been riding as much as I've wanted to thus year so it felt good to be in the bike
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  4. #84
    34 miles today @ kingdom, 4 or so road, the rest trail. Looks like an inch or two of rain (its summer, I can say RAIN right?) tomorrow so im hiking. Hopefully get a good ride in on Darling hill on Thursday

  5. #85
    Friday Lippman Park lots miles on blue and easy trails nice park lower south Catskills on 209 close to Elenville. Probaly 4 good hours bike bag from walmar for 20 is coming in handy so is bike goggles. This summer beeen nice not to hot great to be outside in enjoying.

  6. #86
    3 days of biking in the NEK for my bachelor party. Spent Monday with 3 biking newbies checking out Bemis and Loop as well as a few easier things on the Darling hill side. Wednesday was more of the same except we tallied over 20 miles. (Could have been significantly higher but the first 9 miles were with the new guys.)

    The highlight of the trip was getting shuttled to the mid-mountain lodge and checking out the new flow trail "Rolly Grail". Once we finished, we saw a family that had come down one of the other trails. As we watched, we overheard he daughter yell to her dad that the son was hurt. We raced our bikes up a few hundred feet until the dad yelled down to us that they were ok. At that point, we decided to finish hiking with our bikes to the mid lift station. I'm not sure what the total elevation gain was but it was definitely a hike. It was my first time riding a downhill trail. We opted for Jester. Easily some of the most fun I've ever had on a bike! I could go on and on about the trail but I'll just leave it that I will be back again to do some more lift serviced riding. (This time with the lift)

    Amazing week. I have a few pics I'll throw up on here when I can

  7. #87
    29 SWEATY road miles at an 18.3 average with 1300 feet of climbing after work tonight. Kind of sad that me and my ride partners need to scale back the evening miles due to decreasing sunlight

    Tonight put me through 1250 miles on the roads this season, with the Flattest Century East Coast coming up this Sunday for me

    I was just hoping to equal my last season's mileage total which was just over 1000 miles, this year, but after my century this weekend I think that 1500 miles is a reasonable goal for my outdoor season this year!
    '07--08 season: 51 Days, '08-'09 season: 55 Days, '09-'10 season: 41 Days, '10-'11 season: 49 days, '11-'12 season: 40 Days '12-'13 season: 57 days, '13-'14 season, 60 days '14-'15 season 60 days, '15-'16 season 52 days, '16-'17 season: 50 days, '17-'18 season 52 days, '18-'19 season 45 days '07-'19 seasons: 612 Days

    '19 - '20 season:

    November: 16.17,23,29,30 (Mount Snow)
    December: 1,7 (Mount Snow)

  8. #88
    Quote Originally Posted by drjeff View Post
    29 SWEATY road miles at an 18.3 average with 1300 feet of climbing after work tonight. Kind of sad that me and my ride partners need to scale back the evening miles due to decreasing sunlight

    Tonight put me through 1250 miles on the roads this season, with the Flattest Century East Coast coming up this Sunday for me

    I was just hoping to equal my last season's mileage total which was just over 1000 miles, this year, but after my century this weekend I think that 1500 miles is a reasonable goal for my outdoor season this year!

    Enjoy TFCE Dr Jeff! That's always a great ride ; and it was also my first century ride back in the 1980s.
    My wife and I did this ride almost every year from 1987 until 2 years ago when we started to do the COVAC century instead for a change. We still think TFCE is the best run century ride.
    We are tied up this weekend running a cycling weekend in Northern VT but we hope to get back to TFCE next year.

  9. #89
    August was nice weather but I was down this year for some reason, probably because no miles the first weekend of the month. The only weekend since March that I didn't ride at all.

    2011 Road miles__________ 2012 Road Miles_______ 2013 Road Miles______ 2014 Road Miles
    February 24 miles_________ February 24 miles______February 0 miles______ February 24 miles
    March 129 miles __________ March 248 miles_______ March 142 miles ______ March 28 miles
    April 360 miles____________ April 386 miles________ April 366 miles _______ April 411 miles
    ay 582 miles____________ May 457 miles ________ May 479 miles__________ May 578 miles
    June 668 miles___________ June 416 miles ________ June 593 miles _______ June 876 miles
    July 923 miles___________ July 673 miles _________ July 671 miles ________ July 794 miles
    August 472 miles_________ August 612 miles ______ August 903 miles______ August 502 Miles
    Sept 572 miles___________ Sept 644 miles________ Sept 723 miles
    October 239 miles________ October 242 miles______ October 361 miles
    November 139 miles______ November 117 miles ____November 102 miles
    December 0 miles________ December 0 Miles ______ December 38 miles
    2011 total 4108 miles_____ 2012 total 3819 miles___ 2013 total 4378 miles___ 2014 total 3213 miles so far



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    I slacked waaaaay off in the last couple of months. As a matter of fact, aside from a ~3 mile kids ride that I led a few weeks ago, I can't remember the last time I rode... I'm leading another kids ride on Sunday, hopefully I can keep up with my 7 year old!
    Brian

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