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29’er Day 2

15 Sep
Just keeps getting better and better.

Minor adjustments: Brake lever and shifter position – BONUS!

Softer tire pressure – OK still slides out in loose stuff

Saddle angle(?) – made climbing much more comfortable.

Things to change: Rear brake is dragging and making horrible noises when dust gets in it.

Maybe go to a riser bar that’s narrower.

Hmmmm, not much else.

Whoever the naysayers are about 29″ Mountain bikes need to ride them. I can’t get over how much stuff they roll over, how fast they go on the flats…just stellar!

Activity
Route: Elev. Avg: 8627 ft
Location: Telluride, CO, Elev. Gain: +439 ft
Date: 09/15/10 Up/Downhill: [+3792/-3353]
Time: 04:21 PM Difficulty: 5.0 / 5.0
 
Weather: Sunny
  68 F temp; 22% humidity
  68 F heat index; winds NW 14 mph
Performance
Distance: 15.67 miles
Time: 1:45:42
Speed: 8.9 mph
Pace: 6' 44 /mi
Calories: 721
Map

 
Elevation (ft)

 
Speed (mph)

 
Splits
Mile Pace (min/mile) Speed (mph) Elevation
Gain
actual +/- avg actual +/- avg
1 4' 46 -1' 58 12.6 +3.7 -158 ft
2 4' 35 -2' 09 13.1 +4.2 -354 ft
3 3' 45 -2' 59 16.0 +7.1 -210 ft
4 5' 26 -1' 18 11.0 +2.1 -187 ft
5 6' 26 -0' 18 9.3 +0.4 -23 ft
6 4' 00 -2' 44 15.0 +6.1 -69 ft
7 6' 22 -0' 22 9.4 +0.5 -10 ft
8 9' 42 +2' 57 6.2 -2.7 +75 ft
9 12' 57 +6' 12 4.6 -4.3 +365 ft
10 7' 46 +1' 01 7.7 -1.2 +144 ft
11 6' 05 -0' 39 9.8 +0.9 +85 ft
12 7' 28 +0' 43 8.0 -0.9 -36 ft
13 5' 27 -1' 17 11.0 +2.1 -10 ft
14 11' 10 +4' 25 5.4 -3.5 +30 ft
15 6' 37 -0' 07 9.1 +0.2 -810 ft
end 7' 39 +0' 54 7.8 -1.1 -203 ft
Versus average of 8.9 mph

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