More spring climbing for the Specialized Climbing Challenge on Strava

March 31, 2012 at 5:36 pm Leave a comment

Chasing Josiah up the hill at the end of my ride – wearing @strava bibs and #southerncx jersey
iBike data annotated at peaks (click to enlarge)
Today was an easy day with a big criterium tomorrow in Dothan. I spent most of the ride looking for good hills in the shade to do repeats on. The nice thing about the hills through neighborhoods like Bluff Park and Green Valley is that you can practice criterium cornering using gravity to help you accelerate up to crit speed rather than wearing yourself out trying to punch it up to 30mph to head into a corner. The course tomorrow has a pretty good hill so that will make for a bit of climbing, but I’m likely to be even farther behind Robin who is crushing the climbing over in England. Jeremy in France is catching up with his climbing in the Alps, and Guido from Australia is not too far behind. That’s four riders in three different continents pushing hard in the Strava virtual competition. That’s the beauty of Strava — bringing riders from all over for virtual competition.

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Lots of climbing stats Dothan Cityfest 2012

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Just finished climbing up to the double oak cliffs and towers. Now halfway to the Columbiana climbs in middle of bottom pic. Always good to start out an adventure ride with, well, adventure! Happy Halloween from the flying mountain goat witch broom peleton!

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