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Yukonpaul member offline [4 comments]
Ways to connect: read my blog: Too Hot in Phoenix!
Location:
Phoenix, Arizona
Club Affiliation: Southwest Bicycles Cycling Club
Member Since: November 2008
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Distance Chart
goal
distance
2015 Total: 2474.8 miles 2016 Total: 2633.49999999999 miles 2017 Total: 2671.59 miles 2018 Total: 3169.2 miles 2019 Total: 677.78 miles 2015 Goal: 4000 miles 2016 Goal: 3000 miles 2017 Goal: 3000 miles 2018 Goal: 3000 miles 2019 Goal: 3600 miles 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 4000 2000 0
2019 Miles Traveled:
678  
3,600
2019 Rank: # 369 of 1,378 riders
(outdoor rides only)
Lifetime Odometer: 37,767 miles
History:

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Rode my bike everywhere as a kid up to about age 20. Briefly rode again from 1995-1997. Then in late 2007, my car died and I started to ride again. Which probably saved my life, since I weighed 360 lbs and was taking several prescriptions. Due to being bitten by a dog and other factors in 2012, my miles are down and my weight is up. I'm gradually increasing my miles and 2018 is my best year since 2013! 
Bicycles
click to enlarge 2009 Trek 7200
700c Hybrid bike
Description:  Metallic black/dark grey
Frame: 17.5" Alpha White Aluminum
Front Suspension: RST Sofi T, preload adjustable, 50mm
Wheels: Alloy front hub, Shimano RM30 rear hub; Bontrager 750, 32-hole rims front, Sun Ringle Rhyno Lite Rim 700c 36h, black (04/29/2017)
Shifters: SRAM MRX Comp twist, 8 speed
Front Derailleur: Shimano TX M171
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Alivio
Rear Derailleur Pulley Set: Shimano Altus M280, Tourney TX800 8-speed 13t
Crank: Shimano TX M171 175mm 48/38/28 square w/chainguard
Cassette: Shimano CS-HG31 8-speed 11-34 (02/28/2019)(28,172.07 miles)
Pedals: Dual density platform
Saddle: Serfas Elements Dual Density Comfort
Seat Post: Trek SP-868 Suspension 27.2x350mm silver (25220 miles-3/6/2018)
Handlebars: Bontrager Approved, steel, 50mm rise
Stem: Alloy, adjustable rise
Headset: Threaded w/semi-cartridge bearings, sealed
Brakeset: Tektro V w/Tektro alloy levers, Kraton inserts


2019 Odometer: 677.8 miles
Lifetime Odometer: 28,403.9 miles

Tires:
700 x 38C Schwalbe Marathon Plus HS 440, front, 3,298 miles
700 x 35C Bontrager H2 Hard-Case Ultimate, rear, 232 miles
Chain:
Shimano CN-HG40 8 speed, 232 miles

click to enlarge 2010 Trek 1.2
Road bike
Description:  Gloss black/red/white
Frame: 56cm, Alpha White Aluminum
Fork: Bontrager Approved, carbon
Wheels:
-Front: Alloy hub; Bontrager Approved alloy rim
-Rear: RR Shimano Tiagra FH4500 hub; SunRingle CR18 36H 622 rim
Shifters: Shimano Sora STI, 9 speed
Front Derailleur: Shimano Sora
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Sora
Crank: FSA Vero 50/34
Cassette: SRAM PG-950 11-26, 9 speed[2-21-2012,6893 miles]
Pedals: LU 926 Alloy 9/16
Saddle: Bontrager R1
Seat Post: Bontrager Alloy, infinite tilt adjustment
Handlebars: Bontrager SSR VR, 31.8mm
Stem: Bontrager SSR, 10 degree, 31.8mm
Headset: Aheadset Slimstak w/semi-cartridge bearings, sealed
Brakeset: Alloy dual pivot w/Shimano Sora STI levers
**Rear wheel rebuilt: September 20, 2010 (1164.9 miles)**
**2nd Rear wheel rebuild: March 30, 2012 (7162.7)**


Lifetime Odometer: 8,497.4 miles

Tires:
700 x 25C Bontrager AW2 Hard-Case lite folding, front, 41 miles
700 x 25C Bontrager AW2 Hard-Case lite folding, rear, 41 miles
Chain:
SRAM PC-951 9 speed, 318 miles

Precor 
Stationary bike
Description:  I used this while on a 7 day cruise in January of 2017.

Lifetime Odometer: 39.1 miles

click to enlarge 1995 Trek 800 Sport
Trail/All Mountain bike
Description:  Gave it away to dumpster scavengers, January 18, 2017.

Blue, 19.5" frame, 26" tires, quick release-front wheel and axle nuts-rear wheel.

Kept breaking rear spokes, so stopped riding it when I got the 7200 Hybrid on January 27th, 2009. It had an unknown number of miles, since I never had a bike computer mounted on it. I did ride it quite often in the mid 90's.


Lifetime Odometer: 465.5 miles
No planned events for 2019

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