My Bicycling Bucket ListAs of April 2011 Event | Location | Date Accomplished Alpe d'Huez - France, 1-Jul-2009; Mont Ventoux Triple Climb - France; Masters World Track Championships; US National Masters Track Championships; The Stelvio - Italy; Col de Lautaret - France; Col de Galibier - France; Col de Telegraphe - France; Mt Graham - Safford, AZ; Mt Lemmon -Tucson, AZ ; White Mountain - Big Pine, CA; Ride of the Immortals -Ridgecrest, CA; Palomar Mountain - California; Mount Baldy - Claremont, CA ; Horseshoe Meadows Hill Climb - Lone Pine, CA; Onion Valley Hill Climb - Independence, CA; Figuroa Mountain - Santa Ynez, CA; Hell's Gate 100 - Death Valley, CA; Furnace Creek 508; Reddish Knob, Virginia: Done (7/27/11) Race Across the West; Race Across America;
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2011 Mileage1,103.51 Running a bit behind in preparation for the Ride of the Immortals this August.
2011 Vertical Climb40,798. Getting better, but the Ride of the Immortals is fast approaching.
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Monthly Archives: March 2011
VeloNews RSS Feed in MyBikeInfo The first RSS feed in the MyBikeInfo application is Velo News, and I click on that link at least every other day to catch the latest news. I use the RSS feed because I only … Continue reading
So said Pablo Picasso, and what a great life he had. You probably knew the origin of the title quote as soon as you saw it. And to me, it still rings true today. When Did You Earn Your Bicycle … Continue reading
How to Use the RSS Feed Functionality in MyBikeInfo Most of you are using the data recording function of MyBikeInfo and a good number of people use the app to track mileage and elevation totals, but we also have a … Continue reading
Three Dog Night We’re all familiar with that band. Oops, maybe I’m dating myself. If you aren’t, you can check out their material at Three Dog Night dot com. Three Dog Night has nothing to do with the post other … Continue reading
Fast Freddy and PC Awareness Guy at the Solvang Century – How to Use Your Bicycle for Prostate Cancer Prevention
How to Use Your Bicycle for Prostate Cancer Prevention The American Cancer Society estimates that a full one third of all cancers stem from poor nutritional practices and lack of exercise. Almost all of us learned to ride a bicycle … Continue reading
48% of At Risk Men Do Not Test Annually for Prostate Cancer You’ve heard me say it many times, it’c critical for men to test annually for prostate cancer. Despite the continual rehashing in the popular media of the debate … Continue reading
Four Pounds Lost and Four Pounds Gained If you are a 4-hour Body fan, you know that the drill is to eat slow carbs (think vegetables) and lean meats for 6 days and then reset your body’s survival mechanism on … Continue reading
Solvang, California Century Hi all: I’m doing the Solvang century this coming Saturday. Would love to connect with anyone else riding. Dinner at the Hitching Post on Friday evening. I have a secret weapon for the ride. http://www.lifewave.com/icewave.aspI was one of the first … Continue reading
Is There a MyBikeInfo Application for Apple Computers? We received this question from an MyBikeInfo user this morning, and the answer is: “kinda.” Here’s Why We Say “Kinda” We developed MyBikeInfo as a tool for storing and having with you … Continue reading