Tag Archives: cycling

Hong Kong: New Territories (East)

I was originally planning on two days in the New Territories, one for the east and one for the west. The east part is probably the most straightforward and easy place to ride. There's extensive bike trails along the water, … Continue reading

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Hong Kong; First Ride

It's probably best I catch up to present time… I left Shenzhen by subway, arrived at the border, got through about four clearances. I had an easy time getting to Hong Kong Island itself, though it was about four transfers … Continue reading

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100 miles of Tour de Cure

Nintendo this year is a sponsor of "Tour de Cure", which is a bicycle ride to "benefit the American Diabetes Association." Ironically, not too many people at Nintendo ride bicycles and video game companies in general don't tend to attract … Continue reading

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CTS Blues

I received an email request to leaders to help out with the Cascade Training Series, sponsored by CycleU. The ride was from Marymoor Park to Issaquah, about 65 miles and plenty of hills. I was assigned to help with the … Continue reading

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Massage Away the Pain

Post last blog posting I had a hard week of cycling plus I went out skiing last weekend with Hitomi (and Kevin). I enjoy all the exercise but my legs can't manage both. Cycling makes you stiff and skiing…due to … Continue reading

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東京 (Tokyo)

東京タワー Originally uploaded by ochawan First day was spent getting to the hotel, the same as last time, Dormy Inn in Akihabara. Traveling from the airport was hard with our bicycles, both suitcases being difficult to get through the train … Continue reading

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Wattage up!

I had a fitness test at Cycle U today. Over 5 minutes and 15 minutes, your average output wattage is measured and provides the zone ranges (goals) used for training. Ideally, it increases over time. I'm not exactly sure where … Continue reading

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