Rides and runs have been collated, cross referenced and matched, it’s the last day of the year and I hopefully haven’t lost any records.
|2014||6371km/3,959 miles – 231 hours||937km/582 miles – 77 hours||309 hours|
|2013||8254km/5129 miles – 300 hours||806km/522 miles – 68 hours||368 hours|
|2012||5044km/3134 miles – 181 hours||1025km/637 miles – 91 hours||272 hours|
|2011||3859km/2398 miles – 141 hours||741km/460 miles – 70 hours2||221 Hours|
|2010||5277km/3279 miles – 193 hours||N/A||193 Hours|
|2009||2591km/1610 miles 114 hours||N/A||114 Hours|
|2008||1338km/831 miles – 63 hours1||N/A||63 hours|
RidingIt’s been a pretty average year for cycling, I’ve been searching for motivation for much of the year, and think it’s finally coming back.
I was really happy to complete this years Rapha Festive 500 challenge, more-or-less finishing in six days, giving me a super easy ride for day 7 and a rest day today. Everyone I normally ride with was away from Sydney for Christmas, or not riding, so it was 18 hours of solo riding with sun, wind and rain (though fortunately very little rain).
The fatigue I’ve built up over the last few days will pass soon, leaving me faster and stronger, making it all worth it.
My PMC chart for 2014, with the blue representing overall fitness. Generally pretty poor compared to other years (where I was above 50 for most of 2013, with a fair amount of time above 75), but at least its heading in the right direction.