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Member Statistics

Gender:

Age: 30

Total Times Entered: 90

Favourite Course:
Greenhill Road (Mt. Lofty) (35 rides)

Avg Distance per Week:

Paul Inglis

Member Profile: Paul Inglis

"Just Follow My Lead Brother"

Member Since: 2009

South Australia, Australia

Physiological Details

Height:

1.75

Resting Heartrate:

N/A

Current Weight:

65 kg

Maximum Heartrate:

N/A


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Bike Details

Frame:

Giant TCR Advanced 2

Wheels:

Fulcrum Racing 5

Groupset:

Shimano 105

Pedals:

Shimano 105

Bike Weight:

8.5 kg

Latest Times

Hill Climbs

15 Oct 2013: Mt Osmond from Beaumont - 8mins 20secs

01 Sep 2013: Norton Summit - 14mins 40secs

14 Aug 2013: Greenhill Road (Mt. Lofty) - 23mins 16secs

04 Dec 2012: Corkscrew Road - 9mins 43secs

06 Nov 2012: Greenhill Road (Mt. Lofty) - 24mins 32secs

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Comments

Paul commented on his own time: "A bit slow but had already done 75km and at least I beat the guy with the BE jersey and 60mm wheels."

Paul commented on his own time: "I was enjoying the view of the mist in the gullys too much to worry about how fast I was going."

Paul commented on his own time: "Not bad after already riding 80kms through the hills."

Paul commented on his own time: "This is only a rough time, I could have been up to 10 mins faster or 5 mins slower."

Paul commented on his own time: "Didn't think I'd make it under 30 so I gave up around the last bend/steep section then made it anyway with seconds to spare."


Forum Posts

04 Feb 2010 1:02 AM posted in Climbing - seated or standing - art or science?

I tend to be standing for a lot of the climbing I do, but that does also depend on which climb. Norton Summit is almost all seated except for a few ramps after the hairpins, whereas Greenhill Rd I tend to quicker times when I stand most of the time. Either way it's just all about keeping a good sustainable rhythm. Usually when I'm swapping between the two constantly I won't put in a good time.


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