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  1. #16
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    Outdoor miles: 7,157 (lost months of Jan, Feb, part of March, and 30 days in December due to weather//weather-related pavement conditions). I logged a lot of time on the trainer but I am not counting those miles.

    Swimming: 493.25 miles (868,125 yards!)

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  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Selkie View Post
    Outdoor miles: 7,157 (lost months of Jan, Feb, part of March, and 30 days in December due to weather//weather-related pavement conditions). I logged a lot of time on the trainer but I am not counting those miles.

    Swimming: 493.25 miles (868,125 yards!)
    You are quite an inspiration!

    This year was not what I had hoped it would be - for a lot of reasons. I haven't added up my mileage, and won't because it won't be a positive thing for me.

    Here's to lots of miles in 2011!
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  3. #18
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    I ended up with 10,004. Crazy...I know. My main goal for the year was to exceed last year's mileage which was 7,000. About a month ago when I noticed that I was inching towards 10,000, I started to become a little obsessive about hitting that number. It's just a really nice, round number. My daily commutes help (30 miles roundtrip) and the group rides on the weekend certainly help.
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  4. #19
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    12,317 km for the year, with two months ill so pretty happy. My local forum has a group on My Cycling Log, beating a UK forum group for the year which was fun. It's very easy to use, and you can input other activities, so maybe the TE people would like to set up a group.

  5. #20
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    Well done ladies! You're inspiring me for this year.

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  6. #21
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    I know I posted 215 in the NYE thread, but I realized I short-changed myself for a few rides from when the computer malfunctioned. So it's closer to 236.
    At least I don't leave slime trails.
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  7. #22
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    Wow pfunk!

    Not sure to the exact kilometre since I stopped throwing on my cyclometer on handlebar. But know the distances of common routes I cycled regularily last year plus our bike trips.

    Less than 2009 (over 7,000 kms.). 2010 was probably just abit over 5,000 kms.
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  8. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Bloom View Post
    In Western Michigan??? I'm in awe
    I'm quite intimate with my bike trainer, aka "nowhere bike," of course.
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  9. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfunk12 View Post
    I ended up with 10,004. Crazy...I know.
    One of our friends has been riding for about 2 years and hit 10k miles for the year, too. Yesterday she celebrated by doing an outdoor century (in MI...thankfully it was nearly 60º...freaky weather) capped-off by a 5k NYE race. She's an animal!
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  10. #25
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    I didn't keep track of my miles exactly (new bike, new computer . . . )
    However, if you include trainer miles, it is around 5000mi give or take. Kinda low for me actually, but a lot of intensity this year instead of the endurance of last year.

  11. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by buffybike View Post
    Today I took my last ride of 2010. After being sick for several weeks, I'm SERIOUSLY out of shape. The weather couldn't have been better, though (68 degrees!) and I had one of the happiest rides I can remember. Happy New Year's everybody!!!
    That was so good to read, pleased it was a happy ride for you, so understand what you mean.

    Now wishing you many more of them for 2011.
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  12. #27
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    My goal for 2010 was 7,000...but I came up a bit short at 6,959. I am very pleased with that, but for 2011 I will hit that 7,000 mark...if it's the last thing I do.
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  13. #28
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    You know, in the past I could tell you. But in 2010, I decided to ride for joy and fitness rather than miles, speed, cadence, etc. It is quite liberating.

  14. #29
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    I didn't keep track exactly (not all my bikes have computers on them, plus I had some malfunctions on the ones that do), but I'm somewhere around 5,000 miles for the year, outside. I have no idea how many additional trainer miles I have - that would add about 40-50 miles per week for the last 4 months.

    For 2011, I plan to ride Paris-Brest-Paris, so I've set myself the ambitious goal of riding 5000 miles before July 31st. I'm also voing to do a better job keeping track!

    I started 2011 by riding 128 miles on New year's Day, so I'm off to a good start. :-) 4872 to go!
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  15. #30
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    6142 miles for me. Would have had a lot more had undiagnosed depression sucked the light and joy from my life. Not sure what I am aiming for in 2011. There is a 300k on the other side of the state in May that I have been eyeballing for the last couple years, maybe I'll do that.
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