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Brian Toone

Brian Toone

Hoover, AL
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Husband, dad, professor, and CAT 1 racer for Friends of the Great Smokies (FGS Cycling). Check out my cycling blog at http://toonecycling.wordpress.com.

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Current Month

  • 1,609.7mi
    DISTANCE
  • 119h 0m
    TIME
  • 248,018ft
    ELEVATION

Recent Achievements

  • 2nd fastest time on Schocco Springs
  • 2nd fastest time on Run to the Dam
  • KOM on Hwy 57 Climb in 2015
  • KOM on Kingshill - Oakdale - Weatherby in 2015

Year-to-Date

Cycling
Distance 1,609.7mi
Time 119h 0m
Elevation Gain 248,018ft
Rides 22

All-Time

Cycling
Total Distance 108,837.5mi
Total Time 7061h 18m
Total Elev Gain 12,141,378ft
Total Rides 3252

Recent Photos

  • Wisconsin cold this morning at the end of our 189 mile ride. Tho afternoon I went for another ride this time in shorts finishing just as it started to rain.
  • Looking off the side of the Verdure knoll near Cappsrock Creek.
  • Alabama is so beautiful, even in the heart of suburbia -- Cappsrock Creek.
  • Garmin 1000 ride stats plus my dead Garmin 800 crashed about 20 miles from the end and wouldn't turn back on. Plus, check out the heavy frost on Michael's car.
  • Warming up at the huddle house in Chelsea, wasn't expecting temps in the low 20s for the second hundred miles of the ride!
  • Cold at the top of Cheaha, but nowhere near as cold as we were about to get.
  • Heading to Cheaha with Michael Staley.
  • Leaving Birmingham (top), first view of Cheaha (bottom)
  • Cold, rainy, foggy, messy mtb ride picking up Josiah from school... in other words - awesome.
  • Reposting from yesterday to sync with @stravacycling - thanks @velobici for the amazing leg warmers (used them today) and the hell's 500 folks for the #everesting medallion. Both of these things arrived on the same day - one from England and the other from Australia.
  • Rolling my way up to 10,000 feet.
  • The pine tree roller.
  • Another long roller - this one is really great except for the stop sign at the bottom of the hill.
  • Cruising around on the steep rollers today - far better recovery than flat roads.