Track your Progress

Keep a log of your rides, and you might be surprised how fast your speed and endurance progress. Something almost magical happens when you record the results of your efforts. Here is a simple Excel spreadsheet you can download for free to get started. Need help with it? Just ask!

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  1. Rode a century w Tracy today 101.7 actually. He’ll probably put it on his blog but I couldn’t wait to tell somebody. I sagged around mile 75 but perked up pretty good to finish after a break. We averaged @15.5 mph we took the M.S. 150 day 1 Century course. Some of the same as our ride to Joplin, remember the hills west of Verona that somebody named?


  2. Congratulations on your first century! I’m already thinking about a 2nd Annual “All the way to Joplin” ride. Maybe we can make it a century route!


  3. The “randonneur” crowd starts around 125 I think that is my next goal. The century course starts in Clever all you would have to do is back up 12 miles and you would have it. for an out and back.


  4. The “randonneur” crowd starts around 125 I think that is my next goal. The century course starts in Clever all you would have to do is back up 12 miles and you would have it. for an out and back. Or go 12 miles further which would be real close to Joplin.



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