“Tracking for Freedom”: Longest trip so far

Today, I went for my longest trip so far this season, which was about 75 km. Once more, I was with a group of people from TriTeam Chaos. The track itself was already well-known to me, so there’s nothing interesting to report, except maybe for the fact that my bike computer is now working again and it even shows my cadence.
Once more, I’m asking you to think about supporting my little fundraising project. I’d also be very happy if asked anybody you know who might support this. Some companies also have so-called matching gifts programs which double the employees’ donations to charities :-)

The usual numbers:

Total distance 75.2 km
Average speed 26.0 km/h
Maximum speed 51.8 km/h
Total climb 307 m
Average heart rate 152 bpm
Maximum heart rate 202 bpm
Average cadence 61 rpm
Time active 02:53:19
Time resting 00:16:57
Energy consumed 1604 kcal

Note: The climb was measured using a non-calibrated barometric altimeter; the amount of energy consumed was calculated from the measured heart rate and physiological parameters.

The GPX file recorded during this trip can be found here.

Read more about the “Tracking for Freedom” project here. All blog posts about the project are tagged Tracking for Freedom.