Whilst searching on the AllTrails website I discovered this little blast from the past which I uploaded to EveryTrail in 2008.
The original post came about when I discovered my 1956 YHA card. I then did a plot connecting up the Youth Hostels as much I could remember from when I was 8 years old. Staggering to think I did over 80 miles and all that climbing on a single speed bike 🙂 With my parents (late forties), brother (12) and sister (10)
A very interesting, for me, cluster analysis of my cycling speed versus distance made using the Strava Wind Analysis website
As you can see the shorter the distance ridden the slower I ride 🙁 Obviously when I’m touring on a loaded bike I ride much shorter distances.
Interesting that my speed on Audaxes is always between 20 kph to 23kph irrespective of distance, well upto 300km 🙂 anyway.
The fastest ride is the 25.9kph ridden with Sally’s TTT group on my Fixie.
Using the excellent Chrome Elevate for Strava extension I have now produced this pretty chart.
As you can see my cycling distance is now down 1,537 miles from the same date in 2018, meaning if I’m to do the same mileage as last year I have to now pedal 6,374 miles in the remaining 188 days of 2019 or 34 miles a day 🙂
I had better leave the computer and get on the bike and do my 34 miles 🙂
Oops forgot the bike computer stuff was all in km so the ride was only 23.7 miles 🙁 instead of the required 54km