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1365 Moves, 60 fans

Female, 40 years, Consett, UK
Aerobics, Climbing, Crosstrainer… (+10 more)

What motivates me? I guess I have an 'Inner-Motivation'. I train solo, so I have no one to push me, but myself.

--- New Years challenges: ---12 Sportives. --- Cycle 4500 miles. ***Now going for 6000 miles***. --- At least one 100km ride, every month. --- My first 100 miler-DONE.

Cycling for 2013 (My goal was to cycle 4000 miles in 2013): 4342 miles, climbing 310426ft over 170 moves. Average distance: 21 miles

5:13'45.4 Walking
3 days ago

With Lynn and Charlie and Alfie

Photo by LoneRider
5:13'45.4 Walking
3 days ago

With Lynn and Charlie and Alfie

Photo by LoneRider
5:13'45.4 Walking
3 days ago

With Lynn and Charlie and Alfie

Photo by LoneRider
5:13'45.4 Walking
3 days ago

With Lynn and Charlie and Alfie

Photo by LoneRider
  • 38 Moves

    78:36 h

    1109 km

    15388 kcal

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  • RobAdair

    19 hours ago @ Move 31.8.2014

    I bet you would have still rode home if it was raining ! ;)

  • Dutch69

    2 days ago @ Move 29.8.2014

    I love those guys, they must have really enjoyed the day!!! The look on their faces is priceless. Have a great day!!!!

    • LoneRider

      2 days ago

      They loved the week! 45 miles of running and walking haha They loved it! oh and not to mention swimming in the sea :-D

  • RobAdair

    4 days ago @ Move 27.8.2014

    walking one of the 7 stanes on a sunny day......!! Tell me you forgot your mtb :O

    • LoneRider

      4 days ago

      Wasn't allowed to bring my bike :-P I didn't even know it was 7 Stanes until we were walking around and saw the signs :) Looks like some amazing tracks mind

  • RobAdair

    2 weeks ago @ Move 25.7.2014

    And the 4.3pte tells me where your at!

    • LoneRider

      1 weeks ago

      Was a very hard and hilly ride that one haha

  • RobAdair

    2 weeks ago @ Move 20.8.2014

    Nice pace :) What bike are you using for the Durham big ride?

    • LoneRider

      1 weeks ago

      Probably my mountain bike, got 2.1 knobblies on but I'm not that fussed, last year of doing the DBR for me, just too short. I'll probably ride there and back if it's not peeing down, get some extra mileage. Though debating whether to use my roadie...

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    Conquered Rookhope Climb


    Mountain biking 3:46'53.1 Average heart rate 154 bpm, 52.48 km.
    Home - Parkhead Station [Via Road] - The Ruins - Rookhope - Parkhead Station - Home (On Cycle Path)


    Great North Bike Ride 2011


    Cycling 4:50'11.5 Average heart rate 146 bpm, 90.91 km.
    Great North Bike Ride, 20+ mph winds. Great, fun ride. On Specialized Rockhopper


    Hell of Hexham 2013


    Cycling 4:00'04.5 Average heart rate 148 bpm, 88.01 km.
    Wiggle Hell of Hexham Sportive short course: Hexham Racecourse - Langley - Catton - Ninebanks - Carrshields - Coalcleugh - Allenheads - Rookhope - Hunstanworth - Blanchland - Winnowshill - Millshield - Barleyhill - Dukesfield - Juniper - Ordley - Newbiggen - Hexham Racecourse. Very pleased with my time, it was a very windy course! Wind speeds: ESE 17mph (30-40mph gusts). Temperature: 8-11C


    The Beast 2013


    Cycling 4:00'28.9 Average heart rate 146 bpm, 78.21 km.
    Official Beast ride. 15 minutes faster than last year. Wind speeds: S 8-13mph (20mph gusts). Temperature: 4-10C

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    100 mile | 10,550ft of Climbing


    Cycling 9:05'44.5 Average heart rate 146 bpm, 164.0 km.
    My first 100 mile ride: Delves Lane - Healeyfield - B6278 - A68 - Around Derwent Reservoir - Edmundbyers - B6278 - Meadows Edge/Bale Hill - Blanchland - Hunstanworth - Rookhope - Allenheads - B6295 - Nenthead - A689 - St John's Chapel - B6277 - Middleton-in-Teesdale - B6278 - Stanhope - Wolsingham - B6296 - B6297 - Thornley - Tow Law - B6301 - Cornsay Colliery - Quebec - Wilks Hill - Cornsay - Browney Bank - Humberhill Lane - Delves Lane. Very hilly ride, including the two highest paved roads in England: Killhope Cross and Harthope Moss, both 2000+ft above sea level. ----- Wind speeds: ENE 3-12mph. Temperature: 13-23C


    8th fastest female


    Cycling 3:49'25.9 Average heart rate 154 bpm, 101.0 km.
    Virgin Money Cyclone Sportive: (Official timing - 03:48:45) Newcastle Falcons Rugby Club - Woolsington - Ponteland - Kirkley - Whalton - Netherwitton - Forestburn Gate - Coldrife - Cambo - Wallington - Kirkharle - Little Bavington - Colwell - Ryal - Matfen - Fenwick - Stamfordham - Dalton - Medburn - Black Callerton - Newcastle Falcons Rugby Club. ----- Great effort and I like that Max speed! Not to mention the average speed. That may be my first 16+mph ride ----- 8th fastest female out of about 200 female riders and 95th out of male and female for the 63 mile route. Out of about 1250 riders. ----- Wind speeds: NNW 5-11mph. Temperature: 14-16C


    8900ft of Climbing


    Cycling 5:51'01.2 Average heart rate 148 bpm, 105.1 km.
    Delves Lane - Dyke Nook - Whitehall - Waskerley - Meadows Edge/Bale Hale - Hunstanworth - Rookhope - Ireshopeburn - St John's Chapel - Chapel Fell - Return. 65 miles 8900ft of climbing???? Lol :) April's 100km ride. Wind speeds: SE 10mph (15mph gusts). Temperature: 4C

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    29.11.2012, Movescount
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    Want to know the real incline of the hill or mountain you are heading up? Use this App to find out. Set this in one of your custom sport modes and press lap when starting each climb to see your real-time incline.


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