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Training Log Archive: iansmith

In the last 28 days:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Biking6 15:53:30 226.87(14.3/h) 365.11(23.0/h) 164995.3
  Stationary biking1 59:35 18.64(3:12) 30.0(1:59)6.0
  Total7 16:53:05 245.51(4:08) 395.11(2:34) 1649101.3

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Saturday Apr 10 #

7 PM

Biking 4:58:01 [1] 123.29 km (24.8 kph) +330m

Thursday Apr 8 #

6 PM

Biking 1:15:29 [1] 30.24 km (24.0 kph) +232m

Tough headwind from the east tonight, but a balmy 16 C.

Sunday Apr 4 #

2 PM

Biking 3:38:06 [1] 71.18 km (19.6 kph) +263m

Ride with Graham.

Saturday Mar 27 #

6 PM

Biking 1:16:14 [1] 30.07 km (23.7 kph) +214m

Tuesday Mar 23 #

Note

I biked to MaRS to get vaccinated; I received the first of two Pfizer doses.

Sunday Mar 21 #

6 PM

Biking 3:19:10 [1] 75.68 km (22.8 kph) +329m

Longer ride (thought not long) around Toronto. The route was suboptimal, as several legs of it were infested with slow moving pedestrians or copious red lights. Still, it was pleasant to get out. I took 750 mL of water and two granola bars. I ate the granola bars, but after 65 km, so they weren't particularly useful. The temperature initially was around 10 C, but had cooled to perhaps 5 C by the end.

Saturday Mar 20 #

6 PM

Biking 1:26:30 [1] 34.65 km (24.0 kph) +281m

It was another warm day (10 C), so I went out on the usual York Mills - Victoria Park loop. However, near the end of the loop, I decided to descend and ascend the Bayview hill south of Moore Ave (and my usual Loblaws grocery store). The hill is about 65m in elevation, and while the street is busy, it is wide enough to be manageable. On the descent, I hit about 55 kph just as I came to a red light on Pottery Rd. I decided to continue all the way to the Brickworks before turning around. Ascending the 2.25 km with 65 m of climb took me 7:48, including a stop at the Pottery Rd red light. It is a good hill, though it's disappointingly short. If there were no red lights, I could probably do a round trip in 10 minutes.

After the hill bout, while returning on Moore, I had the amusing experience of being passed by a guy on a mountain bike carrying some enormous delivery bag. It looks like I was traveling at around 25 kph, and I cranked it up to 35 kph when I was passed. I chased him onto St. Clair, and noted a battery pack on his downtube when I passed him. Also, he accelerated onto Avoca out of a red light without pedaling, so the jig is up.

Friday Mar 19 #

Note

Amazing article about a CSU running athlete written by a CSU running athlete:

https://journal.tracksmith.com/three-laws-of-motio...

Wednesday Mar 17 #

7 AM

Stationary biking 59:35 [1] 30.0 km (1:59 / km)

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