Archive for January 14, 2014

2013 Season Maps

It’s funny to look at the “referrers” section of my stats as you can trace back to links that people clicked on in various blogs and forums. I will respond simply by saying that it is definitely a balancing act to find as much time as I do to ride, but I look at that as part of the challenge as well. I do a lot of thinking while I ride, particularly about projects and life. That is valuable time. This post, though, is about maps. I’ve been doing this long before the Strava heatmaps, and I’d argue that their heatmaps are far better as interactive maps, but mine are better as static maps.

All of my riding during 2013 - approx 20,500 miles in 11 states. I rode in Virginia and Pennsylvania this year for the first time in a long time. But noticeably missing are Illinois, Michigan, and Florida which somehow I didn't ride in at all in 2013! (click to enlarge)All of my riding and racing during 2013 – approx 20,500 miles in 11 states. I rode in Virginia and Pennsylvania this year for the first time in a long time. But noticeably missing are Illinois, Michigan, and Florida which somehow I missed in 2013! (click to enlarge and see additional detail)

All of my races for 2013 - 10 states and 55 days of racing (click to enlarge and see additional detail)All of my races for 2013 – 10 states and 55 days of racing (click to enlarge and see additional detail)

Road trips for racing and / or training (2013) - click to enlargeRoad trips for racing and / or training (2013) – click to enlarge

All of my riding and racing in Birmingham area in 2013 (click to enlarge)All of my riding and racing in Birmingham area in 2013 (click to enlarge)

All of my riding and racing in the South in 2013 (click to enlarge and see additional detail)All of my riding and racing in the South in 2013 (click to enlarge and see additional detail)

Finally, all my riding and racing in Wisconsin in 2013 (click to enlarge)Finally, all my riding and racing in Wisconsin in 2013 (click to enlarge)

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