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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Why I climb hills It you follow this blog, you know that I’m a prostate cancer survivor (8.5 years) and that I’m big on exercise and good eating habits as the best tools we have within our individual control to … Continue reading
Reddish Knob – Virginia’s Mount Ventoux The climb up Mount Ventoux in France from Sault is 15.1 miles with an elevation gain of approximately 3,809 feet, for an average slope of 4.9%. The climb up to Reddish Knob from the … Continue reading
7 Hours and Falling – Mt. Baldy Here I Come! Well, I’m here in the hotel in Claremont, just a few hours until the start of the l’Etape du California. The route is 75 miles with 10,500 feet of climbing. … Continue reading
How to Get the Most Our of Your MyBikeInfo App One of the handiest functions in the MyBikeInfo is the RSS feed tool. Just look for the little RSS NEWS icon on the tool bar at the bottom of the … 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
Wow. A Lot of Interest in Ted Ernst My post about getting fitted by Ted at Manhattan Cycles was our highest day yet – 280 of you came by to read that post over two days. Above is Fred under … Continue reading