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Member Statistics

Gender: Male

Age: 34

Total Times Entered: 63

Favourite Course:
Norton Summit (17 rides)

Avg Distance per Week:

Ben Krieg

Member Profile: Ben Krieg

"Apprentice sparky, keen cyclist"

Member Since: 2010

South Australia, Australia

Physiological Details



Resting Heartrate:


Current Weight:

75 kg

Maximum Heartrate:






Super Hero:



Bike Details


Fuji Team Pro


Mavic Aksium Race


Shimano Ultegra


Look Keo 2 Max

Bike Weight:

8 kg

Latest Times

Hill Climbs

20 Sep 2011: Norton Summit - 15mins 53secs

17 Sep 2011: Montacute Road - 22mins 31secs

31 Aug 2011: Norton Summit - 16mins 18secs

01 Aug 2011: Norton Summit - 16mins 46secs

14 Feb 2011: Marble Hill - 35mins 36secs

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14 Feb 2011: Monorton - 48mins 5secs

26 Jan 2011: Normon Circuit - 48mins 41secs

17 Jul 2010: Normon Circuit - 49mins 44secs

28 Jun 2010: Monorton - 50mins 58secs

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Saved Courses

Circuits & Hill Climbs saved by this rider:

Australia > South Australia > Valley Drv / Ridgeland Drv / Woodland Way


Ben commented on his own time: "Was trying to catch Mike Stallard, but was beaten by about a minute. My best time in 5months, well into the red zone the whole way."

Ben commented on his own time: "First attemt at timing the climb. It made me pace myself up montacute much better"

Ben commented on his own time: "lovely day for a ride"

Ben commented on his own time: "First ride after a week off due to a cold. My heart rate was unusually low."

Ben commented on his own time: "Was slowed up by several other TDU challenge riders. I look forward to giving it another go soon."

Forum Posts

23 Jun 2010 9:01 PM posted in Steep gradiant or shallow gradiant: which is best?

I have been doing a bit of hills training lately and I want to know which is best for training. Is it better to find the steepest hill (8-12%) and do repeats on that? Or is it better to do repeats on a lesser gradiant (4-8%)?


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