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How I did it: I have done it multiple times by now. The hardest probably was during a road bike race. The bunch was pushing with about 40-45kph. Then they were mountains and was totally facing my limits. But never give up! I still made it to the finish line within the bunch. Not that bad for a first bike race. Read how I did it… 3 years ago
How I did it: Put in about 500 miles over 3 months training for triathlons... My friends wanted to do one so we plotted out a route and went for it.
Training was mostly hour to hour and a half rides 3 times a week... Longer rides on the weekend, up to 2 hours or 33 miles. I was training for a triathlon so I was also swimming and running 3 times a week... If you are just biking 5 times a week and maybe some longer rides would be better... Read how I did it… 3 years ago
Time and dedication are the main components. I cycled from Victoria to Calgary solo a couple of years back. I had no real cycling experience.
Your ass will get very soar and if done for a number of day your crotch will go completely numb. What fun!
Do it and once you recover… you will feel invincible! 4 years ago
This goal has taken a back seat since I needed to gain weight. Now I am at the point of wanting to gain muscle mass, and therefore this goal will have to wait a little bit longer. 5 years ago
I was looking into the 3 upcoming Tour d’Organic bike rides, and figured they would be good preparation in building up to 100 miles. So the plan goes something like this:
Aug. 26th, Santa Cruz: 40 Miles
Sep. 16th, Sebastapol: 65 Miles
Oct. 6th, Portland: 100 Miles
Wish me luck! 5 years ago
In order to prepare for my first ironman I have finished two road races (110k ans 155k). 7 years ago
One of the days of Ride the Rockies 2004 was a 100 mile day. At about the 80 mile point, we were just outside Steamboat Springs and the route took us over a series of roller coaster ups and downs. I thought I was going to die… 7 years ago