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Ride
  • 143.2km
    Distance
  • 1,836m
    Elevation
  • 4:17:33
    Moving Time
  • 152
    Suffer Score
 

Comments

  1. Christopher O.
    Christopher Oliver

    Humbling to see what the pro's do every day.

  2. Theo N.
    Theo Niedziela

    Did ya run up on any moose?

  3. Brad S.
    Brad Sheehan

    I need to help you learn some of the roads around there... with the riding to be had in that area, there's no need for that kind of out and back!

  4. Strava A.
    Strava A.

    Ted, what do you think of the Forerunner 610 compared to the edge 500? I presume your stem and bars are less cluttered now assuming you also run a SRM unit?

  5. Scott H.
    Scott Hawxhurst

    I am constantly amazed at how low your hr stays thorughout your ride. Crazyness.

  6. James J.
    James Jung

    That's one of the old Holderness School training rides. Did many times with your bro. Great roads. Gonzo Pass is a killer.

  7. Dave M.
    Dave M.

    Ted, You may already know this... but excellent little coffee shop at intersection of Buffalo and Quincy road if you're riding over there again.

  8. Brad E.
    Brad E.

    Well, there goes any hope of ever getting that Moosilauke KOM.

  9. Ted K.
    Ted King

    Gunnar, I like the 610. Still a lot of people dorking out on my heart rate - which is low in general - but there is no power. It's basic but works well and so far reliably. And yes, for sure it makes for a less cluttered handlebar set up.

  10. Brent M.
    Brent M.

    Ted, I'm an old guy at 48. What do you guy's eat, what can i do to keep my red blood cell count up? I know it is low, the little bit that I ride compared to what you guys do... I don't know how you keep it up. iron, I know... but is there something else? Legal of course. This is not meant to be sarcastic in any way. Thanks.

  11. Ted K.
    Ted King

    Hey Brent, eat more beef. Lean red meat, chicken liver, calf liver, kale, spinach, beets. And drink coffee. Not because it has anything to do with your red blood count, but because it's tasty.

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