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LoneRider

Female, 41 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: --- 24 Sportives (10 over 100miles. Inc two 130 milers). --- Cycle 6000 miles. --- At least one 100km ride, every month.---- I Everested Harthope Moss: https://www.strava.com/activities/327187005

My cycling year 2014: 5,909.2 miles, 439,364 ft of climbing over 165 rides. My first 100 miler. 10 sportives. 1 short of 100KM ride every month (Dec).


http://www.durhambigride.co.uk/

  • 39 Moves

    69:20 h

    1095 km

    13875 kcal

  • Greatest Moves

    • 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

      29.9.2013
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    • 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

      8.9.2013
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    • 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

      25.7.2014
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    • 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

      21.6.2014
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    • 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

      19.4.2014
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    • 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)

      10.10.2010
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    • 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

      28.8.2011
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  • Latest Moves

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    • Unreal

      2.8.2015 @ Move 25.7.2015

      Wow! Exellent avg. speed for such long ride! Never ride more than 150km, just can imagine the feeling. Congrats!

      • LoneRider

        5.8.2015

        Thanks, Unreal! Not my longest ride, that was 141 miles when I Everested Harthope Moss!

    • RobAdair

      15.7.2015 @ Move 12.7.2015

      Some cool down ride ! 32 miles at 13+ MPH :)) And next time you pass my house pop in for a cup of tea !

      • LoneRider

        15.7.2015

        I forget you live along that road!

    • RobAdair

      12.7.2015 @ Move 11.7.2015

      Wow! another epic... R&R, then come back stronger ;)

      • LoneRider

        12.7.2015

        I had very little legs after the 60 mile feed station. Bad fuelling. I decided to go with what the feed stations had, bad decision! Sticking with what I know for next weeks sportive!

    • RobAdair

      29.6.2015 @ Move 23.6.2015

      :)

    • RobAdair

      24.6.2015 @ Move 23.6.2015

      I like it when your exuberant :) Well done!!

      • LoneRider

        28.6.2015

        You should have seen me after I Everested Harthope Moss 2 Tuesdays ago!!!! Anything but exuberant!!!

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