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Member Statistics

Gender: Male

Age: 56

Total Times Entered: 654

Favourite Course:
Hell Bank (33 rides)

Longest Ride:
300km's

Fastest Speed:
86.3kmh

Avg Distance per Week:
150 km's

Nick .

Member Profile: Nick .

"Live & let live."

Member Since: 2008

North East, England

Physiological Details

Height:

1.77

Resting Heartrate:

38

Current Weight:

67 kg

Maximum Heartrate:

175


Favourites

Food:

Pizza

Drink:

Red wine

Holiday:

Italy.

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Bike Details

Frame:

Colnago Bititanio or Colnago CT1

Wheels:

Mavic open pro / Record hubs / Sapim Cx ray spokes

Groupset:

Record / Chorus.

Pedals:

Polar/Look keo power pedals.

Bike Weight:

8 kg

Latest Times

Hill Climbs

08 May 2017: Col de Turini - 1hr 37mins 45secs

29 Mar 2017: THE Madone (col de la Madone) - 57mins 51secs

28 Mar 2017: Cipressa - 18mins 25secs

26 Mar 2017: Col de Soeur ( Roche la Bourboule finish ) - 24mins 23secs

24 Mar 2017: Menez Hom from Pentrez plage. - 25mins 45secs

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Circuits

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Saved Courses

Circuits & Hill Climbs saved by this rider:

France > Rhone Alps > Mont Saleve from Mornex

France > Cote d' azure > Col de Tenda

France > Cote d' azure > Col de Couillole

Italy > Liguria > Passo Ghimbegna

France > Cote d' azure > Madone d' Utelle

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Soeur ( Roche la Bourboule finish )

England > East Midland > Higger Tor 1

Australia > South Australia > testttt

England > Norfolk > VCN hillclimb

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Madelaine north side.

France > Rhone Alps > Grand Colombier

Italy > Turin/ val de Susa > Petit St Bernard from La Thuile.

Italy > Piemonte > Nivolet - last 12.8k

Italy > Turin/ val de Susa > La Thuile .

Italy > Piemonte > Nivolet from Ponte Canavese

Italy > Piemonte > Agnello from Chianale map.

Italy > Turin/ val de Susa > Col de Lys

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Eschelle

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Vars from Guillestre

France > Rhone Alps > Izoard from Briancon.

Italy > Italian Alps > Montgenevre Italian side from Cesana.

Italy > Italian Alps > Sestriere from Pourieres.

France > Normandy > Chapelle St Michel from Brasparts

England > Peak district > Curbar Edge

France > Normandy > Menez Hom from Pentrez plage.

England > South East > Box Hill - Juntion to NT cafe.

Italy > Italian Alps > Telegrapho

England > Peak district > Monsal Head

England > Peak district > Beeley Moor 2

England > Peak district > Cat & Fiddle via Goyts Moss

England > Peak district > Long hill from Buxton

France > Rhone Alps > Sommand / Short winter version of Ramaz

France > Rhone Alps > La Toussuire

France > Cote d' azure > Mont Faron

England > South West > Tamar to Gulworthy

England > Norfolk > Beacon Hill, Fakenham

England > Norfolk > Tumbley hill

Australia > Victoria > Turtons track

England > South West > Haytor from Bovey Tracey

France > Pyrenees Orientales > Col de Jau from Axat.

France > Rhone Alps > Galibier from Briancon

France > Cevennes > Col de Pertus from Mandailles

France > Cevennes > Puy Mary from La Maurinie.

France > Cevennes > Puy Mary from La Chaze.

France > Cevennes > Puy Mary from Mandailles -S-J

France > Cevennes > Puy Mary from Lavigerie

France > Cevennes > Col de Ceyssat from Royat

France > Cevennes > Col de Ceyssat.

Spain > Cuenca > Col de Pierre St Martin (Spanish side )

England > Peak district > Rocking Stone/ West Nab.

England > Norfolk > Bard Hill.

Italy > Italian Alps > Breuil - Cervinia

Wales > Wales > Cwm Hafodyredwydd.

Wales > Wales > Pitts Head from Beddgelert.

Wales > Wales > Horseshoe Pass

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Ramaz from Mieussy.

France > Hautes Pyrenees > Col de Spandelles - west side.

France > Hautes Pyrenees > Col d' Aubisque east approach .

France > Hautes Pyrenees > Soulor from Ferrieres

France > Rhone Alps > Risoul.

Italy > Piemonte > Agnello from Venasca

England > Norfolk > 2010 Tour of B'tain stage 6 , K' Lynn - G' Y'mouth

France > Rhone Alps > Col du Granier

France > Rhone Alps > Col du Chat from Bourget du Lac.

England > Peak district > Standedge from Marsden.

France > Rhone Alps > Mont du Chat

England > Peak district > Stanage Edge

England > South West > Cheddar Gorge.

England > Peak district > 'Isle of Skye road' / Holmfirth - Wessenden Head.

England > Peak district > Snake pass 2

England > Peak district > 'Isle of Skye road' / Greenfield - Wessenden Head.

France > Rhone Alps > Puy de Dome from Clermont - Ferrand.

France > Rhone Alps > Puy de Dome from Royat

France > Normandy > Cote de Jacques Anquetil.

France > Provence > Chalet Reynard from Sault

France > Provence > Mont Serein ski station.

England > South > Box , Leith & Pitch hill .

England > South > Pitch hill from Peaslake

England > South > Leith Hill (Anstie lane )

England > South > Box Hill , Surrey.

France > Rhone Alps > Oules

France > Rhone Alps > Servoz.

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Colombiere

England > East Midland > Rushop Edge

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Saisies from Villard-sur-Doron

France > Rhone Alps > Petit St Bernard from Bourg St Maurice.

France > Rhone Alps > Cormet de Roselend from Bourg st Maurice.

France > Rhone Alps > Cormet d' Areches from Beaufort.

Italy > Italian Alps > Medio Fondo Marco Pantani.

France > Rhone Alps > Lauteret from Les Clapiers

Italy > Italian Alps > Gran Fondo Marco Pantani

France > Rhone Alps > Montage de Lure

England > South West > Kitt Hill.

England > South West > Princetown from Moorshop

France > Cote d' azure > La Turbie from Cap de Ail.

France > Rhone Alps > Le Revard with map ( from Aix le Bains)

France > Cote d' azure > Col de Castillon from Menton.

Italy > Liguria > Milan - San Remo

England > Yorkshire > Tan Hill Inn

England > Peak district > Holm Moss from Holmfirth

Italy > Piemonte > Colle del Nivolet

Italy > Italian Alps > Stelvio from Trafoi

France > Rhone Alps > Tignes

France > Rhone Alps > L'Alpe d'Huez 2 - to TDF finish line.

England > East Midland > Beeley moor from Beeley.

Italy > Piemonte > col de la Lombarde

England > East Midland > Walker Barn + 1km.

Australia > Victoria > Cathedral saddle (mt Buffallo )

Spain > Asturias > Lagos de Covadonga

England > Norfolk > Salthouse heath(Gravel pit hill)

England > Norfolk > Pretty corner

England > East Midland > Mam tor (from the vale of edale)

Italy > Turin/ val de Susa > Sestriere (from Cesana)

Italy > Piemonte > Santuario de Santa Anna di Vinadio

England > Peak district > Hell Bank

Australia > Victoria > Falls creek

Italy > Piemonte > Col d' Finestre from Pinerolo

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Lauteret ( from Briancon)

France > Rhone Alps > col d'Ornon

Italy > Turin/ val de Susa > Colle delle finestre

Italy > Piemonte > Col Sampere (north side)

France > Rhone Alps > Caserne de Restefond

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Madelaine

Australia > Victoria > Tanybryn

France > Rhone Alps > Le Revard

Australia > Victoria > Donna Buang from Healsville

France > Rhone Alps > Col d'Izoard , south side.

Italy > Piemonte > Col de Agnello(Italian side)

France > Rhone Alps > Col de la Bonette ( north side)

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Allos

England > East Midland > Kirk dale

England > East Midland > Beeley Moor ( from Holymoorside)

Australia > Victoria > Lake mountain (from marysville)

Italy > Italian Alps > Rifugio Cainallo

Italy > Liguria > Passo di Ginestro

Italy > Italian Alps > Gavia from Ponte Legno

Australia > Victoria > Erskine falls

Italy > Piemonte > Finestre from Pouriers

Italy > Italian Alps > Simplon Pass (passo sempione)

Australia > Victoria > sundial picnic area from lake bellfield

Italy > Italian Alps > Esino Lario

Australia > Victoria > Sundial picnic area

France > Haute alps > Isola 2000

Italy > Italian Alps > Madonna di Ghisallo

France > Pyrenees Orientales > Col de Jau (from Prades)

France > Rhone Alps > La Balme (Oisans)

Spain > Asturias > Clasica Internacional lagos deCovadonga

Italy > Dolomites > Passo costalunga

France > Cote d' azure > THE Madone (col de la Madone)

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Madalaine ( from Le Lechere)

France > Rhone Alps > Mont cenis ( french side)

France > Cote d' azure > Col de Eze

England > East Midland > Phil (Ligget) & friends.

Switzerland > swiss alps > col de Gran san Bernard

Australia > Victoria > Reed lookout from Zumstien

Italy > Dolomites > Passo de Rolle

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Glandon

Italy > Italian Alps > Petit st Bernard (italian side)

England > East Midland > Pin dale

France > Provence > Chalet Reynard

England > North Wales > Pen-y-pass/ llanberis pass , north side.

Italy > Piemonte > Col de Fauniera

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Galibier (north side including telegraph)

England > Peak district > Holm moss{frm holm}

Italy > Liguria > Poggio di Sanremo

England > East Midland > Blackwell

Italy > Piemonte > Col de Sampere( south side)

England > Peak district > Froggat edge

France > Rhone Alps > Col de la Cayolle

Italy > Piemonte > Agnello from Chianale

England > East Midland > Camphill / Abney

England > Norfolk > Beacon hill (short)

Australia > Victoria > Mount Arnold saddle

Italy > Italian Alps > Passo Foscagno

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Agnell

France > Rhone Alps > Croix de Fer

England > East Midland > Bole hill

England > South West > Princetown(from Tavistock)

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Vars (south side)

Italy > Dolomites > Gran fondo campagnolo

England > Norfolk > Sandy hill

England > North Wales > Pen-y-pass/Llanberis pass

England > Norfolk > Horse hill

Italy > Italian Alps > Passo Gavia

Italy > Liguria > Cipressa

Italy > Dolomites > Passo sella

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Iseran {North side}

Italy > Italian Alps > Mortirolo from Monno

Italy > Turin/ val de Susa > Mont Cenis ( from Susa)

England > South West > Haytor

England > East Midland > Cat & Fiddle

Italy > Dolomites > Passo Pordoi

France > Rhone Alps > Cormet de Roselend

Italy > Dolomites > Passo Gardena

England > East Midland > Snake pass {from Glossop}

France > Rhone Alps > La Marmotte

France > Rhone Alps > Croix de fer(from st jean de Maurienne

France > Cote d' azure > Col de Turini

France > Rhone Alps > Col de Lauteret

France > Rhone Alps > Villard-Notre-Dam

Italy > Piemonte > Col de Larche/Maddelena


Comments

Nick commented on his own time: "Done at the end of March ...put the other climbs i did on but forgot this one ! Bit of snow on the side of the road near the summit , got very chilled on the descent ."

Nick commented on his own time: "With Tim during 8 day tour."

Nick commented on his own time: "Done in 2002 , entered this time in 2017 !"

Nick commented on his own time: "Dropped me chain :-/ ..in the few seconds it took to put it back on the power average went from 231 to 225w . Think i might have just gone under 17 mins without the chain loss . Always feel VERY happy to be on this climb on a sunny day :-)) "

Nick commented on his own time: "Tired legs , but happy to go under the hour without suffering ."


Forum Posts

05 Oct 2011 7:31 PM posted in Kinglake hillclimb starting point ???????????

John, if you take a picture of the starting point as it looks now & email it to the admin perhaps they would put it on the climb details . Also a google map on the climb would be very usefull as the finish point would become clearer as well . Create & save a new map for the route & send them the link & they might put it on . I have done similar with some of my climbs, but they were all climbs i created in the first place so there is a difference i must admit. cheers - Nick.

17 Jun 2011 8:56 PM posted in Riding the Grampians

Don't miss any of these :-) http://www.cycle2max.com/bike-hill-climb/Mt-William-Car-Park.aspx?id=554 http://www.cycle2max.com/bike-hill-climb/Mt-William.aspx?id=845 http://www.cycle2max.com/bike-hill-climb/Boroka-Lookout.aspx?id=951 http://www.cycle2max.com/bike-hill-climb/Reed-Lookout.aspx?id=381 http://www.cycle2max.com/bike-hill-climb/sundial-picnic-area-from-lake-bellfield.aspx?id=407 http://www.cycle2max.com/bike-hill-climb/Sundial-picnic-area.aspx?id=409 http://www.cycle2max.com/bike-hill-climb/Reed-lookout-from-Zumstien.aspx?id=509 http://www.cycle2max.com/bike-hill-climb/Wonderland-carpark.aspx?id=503]

25 Jun 2010 6:21 AM posted in Steep gradiant or shallow gradiant: which is best?

Although it's possible to achieve the same intensity of workout on steep or shallow climbs , personally i find that the less steep ones are better. Basically because on a climb of around 4 to 6 percent it's easier to adjust your intensity / speed according to how you feel & there's less chance of going into the red & not being able to recover properly . Obviously you can slow down on a 10 % slope if you want ( given low enough gearing ) but riding at 8kmh while trying to recover enough to pick it up to 10kmh again is just a bit too much like turbo training in my experience ! Of course , if your actaully training for riding up something like the Mortirolo , then it's probably best to get used to lots of pain & little speed :-)

11 May 2010 12:53 AM posted in Giro weather

The Giro riders will be heading for some 'spectacular' mountain scenery fairly soon ! http://webcam.popso.it/cm/pages/ServeBLOB.php/L/IT/IDPagina/42# http://www.webcam.valtline.it/passoberninag.htm http://www.meteomin.it/WebCam/webcam_Zoncolan1.asp edited by Nick Muir on 16/05/2010 <em>edited by Nick Muir on 18/05/2010</em>

10 May 2010 8:53 PM posted in Breaks and circuit/hill climb times

On long climbs & occasions where chasing the clock is not my PRIMARY objective ( touring in the Alps for instance ) i stop the clock while taking a photo / filling a water bottle / taking off a jacket/ mending a puncture etc. Unless i stop the clock then the time / power i get compared with other attempts would be false - in other words a 10 minute stop for a puncture with the clock running would give me a time that would suggest i had lost a heap of fitness & power by comparison to my previous attempts without a puncture. Some people would rightly suggest that i shouldn't enter a time unless time WAS my primary objective perhaps, but i find that the record of climb times over the years is a very usefull & interesting thing to have even if they not strictly 'time trials' . I realise that this is very controversial & using a power meter has shown me how much my power jumps up for a minute or two after a short stop ! so realise it's 'cheating' a little to some extent . I don't stop the clock ( or stop at all if i can help it ! ) if my time is going to be anywhere near the top 10 in the rankings , but that doesn't occur very often unless i'm the only one who's done the climb ! <em>edited by Nick Muir on 10/05/2010</em>


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