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Century time(5 posts)

Century timeCartman
May 24, 2002 10:26 AM
OK, I did a century Sunday as the last part of a charity ride. Myself and a couple of guys decided to hammer out the ride. 98 miles, 5:26, 18 mph avg. according to my computer. 2100 feet climbing according to altimeter. Total ride time including breaks, around 6 hours. For those who may be familliar w/ the terrain, New London CT to Frammingham, MA. How's that for time?
re: Century timeJoshua
May 24, 2002 10:36 AM
What event was this. I live in Groton and did'nt know anything about it.
Massachusetts Law Enforcement Memorial RideCartman
May 24, 2002 3:23 PM
Washington DC to Boston. We raised money for the Mass memorial which is going to be built at the state house this summer
re: Century timePaulCL
May 24, 2002 12:48 PM
TOSRV two weeks ago:
Day one: crosswinds. Bad cramping. three guys plus countless hangers-on 5:18
Day two: tailwind for 80 miles. Storms for 20 miles. Lead out by a couple of Cat 3's. 4:33 riding time. Blew away my PR. Throw in a couple of stops for a total travel time of about 5:15.

My centuries were flat, flat, flat with a few rollers at mile 60 - 80 (miles 20 -40 on day two). Add some hills to the course and our speed would have dropped like a rock. With your 2100 feet of climbing, that's a really good time.
re: Century timecyclopathic
May 24, 2002 3:11 PM
it isn't bad. Was it windy?

I've ridden flat century loop 102.3mi/~2-3000' solo in 5:05 (plus 20min break to buy water it was hot), usually it takes more (wind, climbing etc). For some centuries 10hr total is great time.

The buddy of mine Cat 2 racer did one in 3:40 but they had a paceline going at 28mph. Basically if you can ride flattish/no wind century under 5hr you're in damn good shape.