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folsomsteve member offline [2 comments]
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Location:
Folsom, California
Club Affiliations: Sacramento Bike Hikers Spring Blitz 2018
Sacramento Bike Hikers
Road Category: Citizen
Member Since: April 2009
1 Year | 5 Year
Distance Chart
goal
distance
2014 Total: 11796.98 miles 2015 Total: 8274.11 miles 2016 Total: 11182.88 miles 2017 Total: 9364.33999999999 miles 2018 Total: 4108.05 miles 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 11797 5898 0
2018 Miles Traveled: 4,108
2018 Rank: # 56 of 1,852 riders
(outdoor rides only)
Lifetime Odometer: 113,930 miles
History:

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Moved to Folsom, CA in the spring of 2008 from Silicon Valley, and started riding the bike my daughter so generously gave me the year before. Took a couple of months to join a "Meetup" bike club, and then joined the Sacramento Bike Hikers in March of 2009, mostly to find weekday riders. That led to joining the Sacramento Wheelmen as well, both of which turned me into a mileage junkie. It's obsessive, I know, but all that riding enables me to indulge my ice cream cone habit. And to meet some great people in some great places.
Missed my mileage goal in 2015, having to stay off the bike for 2 months after accessorizing with a pacemaker. Here I thought that low heart rate was due to all the riding. Seems there was something else at work there as well. Life is good. 
Bicycles
click to enlarge 2017 Giant Defy Advanced Pro 1
Road bike
Description:  The latest version, but back to manual shifting.
new chain and rear cluster at about 4280 miles


2018 Odometer: 4,051.2 miles
Lifetime Odometer: 14,544.5 miles

Tires:
700 x 28C Michelin  Power Endurance, front, 14,408 miles
700 x 28C Michelin Power Endurance, rear, 14,328 miles
700 x 28C generic Michelin Power Endurance, rear, 8,270 miles

click to enlarge 2007 Trek Pilot 5.2
Road bike
Description:  My first road bike, and it has served me well. I liked the triple it came with, especially after adding an 11/28 cassette. But now it is reserved for the wet roads of winter or steep climbing days, like doing passes in the Pyrenees. Or as my backup bike when foolish things happen to the other ones.

2018 Odometer: 56.9 miles
Lifetime Odometer: 43,257.2 miles

Tires:
700 x 25C Michelin Pro4 Endurance, front, 4,177 miles
700 x 25C Michelin Pro4 Endurance, rear, 3,422 miles

click to enlarge 2015 Giant Defy Advanced Pro 0
Road bike
Description:  The replacement for the crashed 2013 model, upgraded with an 11 speed Di2 cluster and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes. Then stolen via lock snipping 10 miles from the end of a 60 mile ride. Damn!

Lifetime Odometer: 17,446.7 miles

click to enlarge 2013 Giant Defy Advanced 0
Road bike
Description:  The Bianchi replacement, with the addition of Di2 shifting. Sweet, indeed.
But I totaled it in a crash after 25.4k miles. Its replacement will be the 2015 version of the same bike.


Lifetime Odometer: 25,512.8 miles

click to enlarge 2011 Bianchi Infinito
Road bike
Description:  Bianchi's "comfortable" race bike initially didn't seem very comfortable, but then I grew to love it. Sorry to the Bianchi purists out there, but I preferred the red to the "celeste."
This bike, along with my wife's Pinarello F1, was stolen out of my garage the night after riding it around Lake Tahoe.


Lifetime Odometer: 12,371.0 miles

2013 other Backroads steel
Road bike
Description:  Nice Ultegra Triple-equipped bike provided by Backroads for a tour between Prague and Vienna.

Lifetime Odometer: 224.2 miles

2011 other Fred Rompelberg 268
Road bike
Description:  Rental Bike for 2 weeks in Majorca. Who is Fred Rompelberg?? Well, he holds the world speed record for a human-powered (but windscreen-aided) bicycle, 268.8 kph, in 1995. It was set at Bonneville Salt Flats, and it converts to 167 mph. He didn't use the model I rode at his cycling holiday operation in Majorca.

Lifetime Odometer: 583.0 miles
No planned events for 2018

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