commute to work by bike, 40ks each way, about 2 hours per day. walk the dogs. Chase the kids around. Weekends are spent commotose on the couch.
maybe its a bit more than an hour. Dont tell the wife....
Yesterday it was over an hour and a half, ridiculous in the rain. Somone should put disc brakes on road bikes, and invent a wetsuit for cyclists.
If that is the average then wonder what the maximum speed is
Hopefully you don't get a speeding ticket
I've only just started back on my proper exercise regime - was a bit all over the shop over the last month with renos.
I'm working back into it, but hoping to get up to:
Gym, 5 times per week
Yoga, >3 times per week
Cardio, >2 times per week
And if I can find time, I want to get back into dancing as well, but this is probably not going to happen. I also want to get into gymnastics and circus acrobatics. It's a bit far from my place though, so will probably wait and see what my living arrangements are like in a few months.
Im not sure of my exact spped, I dont have a speedo computer thingy.
I did say 'about' 2 hours.... I was deliberately vague as Im still not sure if identifying spending that much time on the bike each day is something to be proud of or hide from. I should have said at least 2 hours (probably closer to 3 if I have to be precise)
Alternatively I was spending 40 minutes each way on the monash/eastlink falling asleep, so at least there is no chance of that bicycling.
A good portion of it is down beach rd/Nepean highway, (I work in Frankston), so there arent many lights, traffic etc. Im also moving against the traffic so its fairly easy road rage wise.
I am definately not an athlete, Ive been back into bike riding about 9 months now (commuting regularly).
Ive lost 20% of my body weight and Im sleeping like a baby. I should have done it years ago.
Download mapmyride or Strava on your phone. Records everything - speed, distance, average, calories burned, power. Neat apps that allow you to track everything.