Tour Divide Mileage Log Felix Wong

Here’s a spreadsheet summarizing my progress during the 2008 Tour Divide mountain bike race, including miles and hours ridden per day, along with where I started and stopped.

As you can see from the spreadsheet, on a typical day I’d start riding at 6:36 am and stop riding at 9:13 pm—for a ride time of about 14.6 hours/day. On average, I rode 99 miles/day (96 on-course + 3 off-course, the latter due to getting lost or having to re-supply).

Since the embedded frame below is kind of small, you can also view the same spreadsheet in a new window if you’d like.

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One comment on Tour Divide Mileage Log

  1. Comment by Mary Collier

    It’s cool to see it laid out like that. I’m working on something similar for myself, only not so “engineer-like.” Wasn’t Lincoln where you had to stay the night and pick up your package though? It’s crazy to see where we stayed at the same places only a few nights apart. I was just thinking last night that I got to stay in more cool places than everyone except Stephen – since we dragged it out for so long! 🙂

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