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Monday, December 31, 2007

It's the End of the Year:Totals

Well, we had a banner year with Spinner Saturday, I must say. We had originally set a goal of 50,000, then upped it to 80,000, and then 100,000 miles for the group for the year. We almost made the 100K!

Personal totals:
Tom Stormcrowe totals Average
Jan 186
Feb 230
Mar 524
Apr 365.76
May 454
Jun 619
Jul 530
Aug 676
Sep 75
Oct 142.2
Nov 604.3
Dec 355
Total 4761.26 Average 396.771666666667

Group Totals
997,006 miles by bicycle!***
There were a couple of late reporters, so I had to edit the total

Other News

I got several very nice items for Christmas, and enjoyed the last ride of the year on my bike yesterday. The weather today was too cold and tonight, it's going to be too bad for me to ride across midnight.

Items I got:

An Oregon Scientific ATC2K Action Camera. I got my first video up yesterday from it. It's pretty cool! I need to find a better mounting spot than the end of my aerobars though.

Video here

and some stills of me on the bike with the aerobars


Photography E. Leonard

So, on to a Happy and Prosperous 2008. Keep pedaling and stay alive!

Friday, December 28, 2007

Only a few days left of 2007! Get your donation in to take advantage of the deduction!

Welcome to My Tour de Cure Web Page!

Riding for a cure!

Support Tom! Join Tom's Team!
Team Stormcrowe Team page

Mr. Tom Leonard

90 percent of goal achieved.

Goal: $800.00
Achieved: $720.00

Support Me in Tour de Cure!

I'll be riding 100 miles doing laps at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the Tour de Cure. I am diabetic myself and so is my wife. This is a cause that directly affects my life. I was morbidly obese and wheelchair bound in March, 2005. Since then I have lost 362 pounds and my diabetes is in remission and controlled through diet and exercise. Others haven't had my good fortune though and are still dependent on medication to stay alive. Let's got pedaling down that road to a cure!

Help Make a Difference!

Pedal power works!

Each mile I ride, each dollar I raise will be used in the fight to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

No matter how small or large, your generous gift will help improve the lives of more than 20 million Americans who suffer from diabetes, in the hope that future generations can live in a world without this disease. Together, we can all make a difference!

Thank you for making a generous contribution to this cause that is so important to me!

I just bumped the goal by $100

Each time I hit this goal, I'll continue to bump it again, as necessary. Let's see how far we can push that total up.

Sign up to ride the event while you're at it! Team Stormcrowe needs riders as well as donors! You don't have to ride 100 miles like I'm planning to, there are plenty of other events to go for, like the 50K and 75 k events, or the family ride on the track!

I'd also like to thank my friends over at Bike Forums for their generosity.

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Monday, December 17, 2007

Local News: Mountain Bike Trail Advocacy in Tippecanoe County

Here in Lafayette and West Lafayette, we have only two trails to ride Mountain Bikes on. Murdock Park, which is an "Unofficial" trail, and McCormick Woods, which is owned by Purdue University. Now, I ride skinny tire road bikes, so you might wonder why I even care.

I care because I support cycling and any effort to improve cycling for our riders in Tippecanoe County. Down at Hodson's Bay, one of the Local Bike Shops in Tippecanoe County, there is a sign up sheet/petition to the local governmental bodies such as the County Parks Dept. Drop in and sign this, and show the County Parks Dept that mountain biking is more than just kids, and that we take care of the trails we ride. Sign up for trail maintenance as well, make a commitment to improving existing trails as well as building new ones, as we get them authorized.

Sunday, December 16, 2007

well, I was released to ride, but:

The weather isn't being really cooperative! I no longer have a fat tire bike, it has moved on to another home. I never rode it and nothing worse than a bike that just sits around doing nothing. I was going to ship it to my brother, but it was going to cost almost $600.00 to ship it overseas to SE Asia! It wasn't an expensive bike, only a Royce Union, so shipping a bike worth $25-$50.00 would have been ridiculous!

Well, here are some weather shots from tonight. It's a wee bit on the nasty side. It's just a bit on the snowy side. No riding for me, and it figures.....I was just released to ride! Stuck on the trainer, I guess! We have about 8" on the ground right now, give or take, and are expecting probably another 4-6". If we get it, there'll be over a foot of snow on the ground and the wind is going to be whipping up to around 30-40 mph tomorrow. Snowdrift city!

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Look at that snow in the air!

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Slowly getting buried

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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

As you can see, I have a good reason to ride the trainer! What kind of trainer do I use, you ask? Well, the answer is easy: The Kurt Kinetic Road Machine Fluid trainer! Quiet, reliable and gives a great workout!

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Saturday, December 08, 2007

I Miss Cycling!

What with my injury, and all, I can't ride right now, or lift weights, either! I'm in full blown Cycling Withdrawal! On another note, sorry about the lack of articles or writing, it's been a busy semester! One week to go and it's Christmas Break!

On a better note: I have a Dr appointment next week and I'm going to talk to him about some limited riding on the trainer, presuming my butt will stand it. I have to do something! Maybe I'll steal my wife's recumbent trike for a bit, no pressure in sensitive areas........

News Release
Adventure Cycling Releases 2008 Tour Lineup


Missoula, Mont.—Adventure Cycling Association, North America's largest bicycle travel organization, has unveiled its schedule of guided group rides for 2008. With 36 distinct tours and events, along with seven education courses, it is the most comprehensive ride roster in the organization's 32-year history.

"The hallmarks of Adventure Cycling rides are our seasoned leaders, affordable prices, and relatively small group sizes," said tours director Rod Kramer. "Beyond that, the rides take place in a wide array of formats, spectacular places, and seasons.

"We're particularly excited to be offering a greater number of early season rides than ever before," Kramer said. "These include the weeklong California ‘Winter Warmer' event ride beginning in San Diego on February 16, another weeklong ride in southern Arizona beginning March 8, and a self-contained tour across the country on the Southern Tier beginning March 22. Come April, we'll also be running weeklong event rides in Virginia and the Texas Hill Country."

Each of Adventure Cycling's 36 tours falls into one of two categories of travel, explained tours team leader John Weyhrich: either self-contained or supported. Each category offers a wide variety of great variation in locations, durations, riding surfaces, and more.

"For instance," Weyhrich said, "our self-contained trips include rides as relatively tame as a 10-day spin through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and as wild and wooly as our 10th edition Great Divide expedition." This 82-day adventure follows dirt roads from Banff, Alberta, to the Mexico border through some of the most remote and magnificent landscapes in the West. The Great Divide route, developed by Adventure Cycling in the 1990s, is considered the longest mountain bike route in the world at just over 2,700 miles.

"The supported tours also provide an incredible amount of variety," Weyhrich added. "Several of them — Cycle Utah and the Sierra Sampler, for instance — are weeklong event rides serving from 40 to as many as 120 cyclists. Others offer a more personalized level of service and are limited to just 14 participants — notably, the 15-day Great Parks South trip and our first-ever van-supported, 76-day ride across the country on the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail. That tour will give seasoned cyclists a chance to cross the U.S. without having to haul anything but their bikes and their bodies."

Finally, Adventure Cycling's education courses are aimed at two categories of riders: those wishing to learn the ins and outs of bicycle travel, and those who want to lead tours for groups of adults or young people. Of special note is the first-ever Pedal Pioneers training to help youth group leaders develop tours for youth in the middle-school and high school age ranges. The course will be based on the acclaimed curriculum developed by Adventure Cycling in 2006 (available at www.adventurecycling.org/outreach/pedalpioneers.cfm).

To learn more about these courses and all of Adventure Cycling's tours and events, visit www.adventurecycling.org/tours or call or email to request a copy of the 2008 tours catalog. The Tours Department can be reached at 800/755-2453 x3 or tours@adventurecycling.org.

Adventure Cycling Association is the largest bicycle membership organization in North America, with more than 42,500 members. Its mission is to inspire people of all ages to travel by bicycle. The nonprofit organization researches routes and creates maps for cycling in North America and publishes the best bicycle travel information available, including Adventure Cyclist magazine and The Cyclists' Yellow Pages.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

My Annual Totals

Since I'm now on the disabled list for the rest of the year, at least, here are my totals
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I was on my way to the best month of the year too!

Monday, November 26, 2007

I'm in the hospital

It seems my behind wanted to imitate a party favor yesterday. I suffered a Rectal Prolapse, and am in the hospital waiting for the kiester to heal up enough to have them scope it and then fix it.

Needless to say, I'm getting some pretty good drugs, and am not really feeling much pain right now. Home Hospital has wireless internet so at least I can go on line and have some social life!

If you want to email me or whatever, most of you have my various email addresses. :D

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving!

While you travel, and see family for Thanksgiving, give a little thought to what you have to be thankful for. I have a lot, myself!
  1. My life itself! Back in 2005, this was in some doubt!
  2. My Wife: She had to really toughen up,because I was pretty sick!
  3. My family: They have supported me in my obsession with health and have put up with my zeal.
  4. My friends: They've been a great support over the last couple of years, right alongside my family.
  5. My Professors, particularly my Dept Psychology Chair, Colin! He, along with Stan have opened my eyes to whole new vistas.
So, what are you thankful for?

Meanwhile, I'm going to go and enjoy my holiday and ride my bike, weather permitting!

Saturday, November 17, 2007

The Trainer Blues and My 2008 Summer Goals

The Trainer Blues are a normal thing this time of year. Weather is getting colder and the roads are heading toward icy, and you really don't want to go out for a ride, so you have your bike on the Trainer Stand.

Personally, I hate riding the trainer. It makes me feel like I'm riding in a Gerbil Wheel. It's the lesser of two evils though, as compared to not riding. I have some goal rides for next Summer to train for.

The first major goal is to turn a high speed Century on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during Tour de Cure, 2008. Ideally, I want to turn the 100 miles in about 5 ½ hours. This means I'll need to be able to hold a 20 MPH average to make it and still get a 5 minute break hourly for nutrition and bottle restock and possible output breaks.

My second goal for the Summer is a lot more ambitious and I've been hesitant to talk about it for obvious reasons! I've been struggling with the whole idea as to whether it's within my physical abilities, but I decided it's better to try and not succeed than to not try and always wonder.

I am planning a route right now for a ride starting in Michigan City, Indiana at the Michigan State Line, and ending at the Indiana/Kentucky line by Owensboro, Kentucky. It's a 310 mile route, and here's the catch. I want to do it in a day! It's going to be a fully supported attempt, with a SAG van and support crew, ala RAAM. All I need to do on that end is recruit crew.

Now, I'm sure you're asking yourself.....”Is he insane?” The answer to this is a resounding YES, but in a good way! To achieve this goal, I'm going to have to train, and train hard! When the pain hits, I'm just going to have to take off my skirt, cancel my manicure, grow a mustache and harden the f*ck up”, to quote one of my favorite funny men, Ronnie Johns, aka Chopper, down in Australia!

My roughed out route


This ought to be a challenge for me, what do you think?

Saturday, November 10, 2007

2007 America’s Health Rankings™ Show a Decline in
the Overall Health of the Nation

Analysis shows Vermont, Minnesota and Hawaii are nation’s healthiest states;
Mississippi and Louisiana rank as least-healthy states

WASHINGTON, D.C. – November 5, 2007 – The overall health of the nation declined
over the past year, despite progress made in several key health indicators, according to a
report launched today by United Health Foundation, the American Public Health
Association (APHA) and Partnership for Prevention™. The 18th annual edition of
America’s Health Rankings™: A Call to Action for People & Their Communities
measures the overall healthiness of states and the nation using a comprehensive and
longitudinal set of related health determinants and health outcomes. The report indicates
that the overall health of the nation declined by a rate of 0.3 percent since last year.
While this report, and others, show there have been modest gains in reducing the rates of
cancer and cardiovascular mortality, these improvements continue to be dwarfed by
increasing obesity, increasing numbers of uninsured people, children in poverty and the
persistence of risky health behaviors, such as tobacco use and violent crime – all of which
have a significant impact on the overall healthiness of the nation.

Read more?
N E W S R E L E A S E: United Health Foundation
What can we do about this state of affairs? It's pretty simple, actually! Get more active! Go out and ride your bike, or take a walk, or a run. The benefits you reap will be wonderful!

What Will Exercise and Lifestyle Change Do for Me?

Surprisingly, or not, depending on how well informed you are about the benefits of exercise, there are several key factors that are going to be benefitted by exercise:
  • Depression: Exercise stimulates production of key brain chemicals called Endorphins. These are good in that they help with your mood as well as management of pain in the body. It may also just be an increase in self esteem, though, in honesty. Whether it's an actual physiological effect or just an increase in self esteem, however, a pragmatic view suggests that if it works, use it!
  • Clear Thought: Exercise has been demonstrated to stimulate the growth of new neural tissue and to help with clarity of thought. Some of my most creative thinking is done on a long bike ride. To me, it's a Zen process. I fall down inside myself and everything is reduced to patterns and breathing. My awareness of the world is still there, and I can react to traffic, etc, but most of my brain is simply processing in a meditative state.
  • Better Cardiovascular Health: Simply put, your heart gets stronger, our cholesterol tends to reduce, and your CV system generally improves
  • Better Pulmonary Health: Your lung function improves
  • Sex Life: What can I say? It gets better, the healthier you are! If you aren't loaded down with Blood Pressure and cardiac medicines, you generally don't need Viagra! Now, if you do need these meds, don't discontinue them, but if you can get healthy enough to do without them AND YOUR DOCTOR APPROVES, then you too can reap these benefits!
You can change your personal paradigm. Life is what you make it.

By the way, Indiana is ranked at 32
! We can do better than that!

Friday, November 09, 2007

A New Resource! The Cycle People!

I just came across this site. It looks to be a very interesting resource in form of a catch all search resource for cycling holidays, shops and everything. As you know, if you read me regularly, cycle touring is one of my things, and a bicycle vacation, to me, is the ultimate! I'll be looking into perhaps using them myself for a trip. I'm going to be exploring the site to see what all they do offer, but their global cycle tour resources really caught my eye! I've also added a permanent link in my resources section below.

Saturday, November 03, 2007

Wanna Take a Ride?

Indianapolis, IN

Team Stormcrowe

Welcome to our Tour de Cure team page!

We are determined to reach our goal one rider at a time.

Why Ride?
On behalf of the millions of Americans with diabetes and their families and friends, we are counting on you to help our team make a difference! The funds we raise will support the American Diabetes Association’s important research, information and advocacy efforts and its mission: to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

Have Fun!
If you choose to ride with us, you’ll get to take part in a fun, exciting, healthy event for the whole family! You can even invite friends and family to join us! Every rider counts!

Support our Team!
Support our team by making a donation, or join our team and ask your family and friends to ride with you! We can’t do it alone!

Team Roster for Team Stormcrowe

Tom Leonard

Join Team Stormcrowe

Team Stormcrowe


0 percent of goal achieved.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Calcium and the Cyclist

As a result of an email exchange connected to a discussion in Bike Forums, I had occasion to email Dr Pam Hinton, an Associate Professor at Missouri University concerning Bone Density and Cyclists. It seems there are calcium issues involved with non load bearing exercise, like Cycling, or Swimming.

Cross training is the best remedy for this, along with supplementation with Calciul. Calcium Citrate, by the way, is the most easily metabolizable form of Calcium for the body and intake needs to be around 1000-1500 mg a day.

The following is the press release on Dr Hintons study:


Sent: Monday, October 15, 2007 12:02 PM

Subject: Study Shows Some Athletic Men May Risk Low Bone Density


Oct. 15, 2007 Contact: Pamela Hinton

Associate Professor

(573) 882-4137


Study Shows Some Athletic Men May Risk Low Bone Density

COLUMBIA, Mo. — According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, osteoporosis affects more than 2 million men in the United States and nearly 12 million more have osteopenia—clinically significant low bone density that is less severe than osteoporosis. Now, a new study from the University of Missouri-Columbia has found that men engaging predominantly in low-impact forms of exercise have an increased incidence of osteopenia—a condition resulting in two times the risk of bone fracture.

"Unfortunately, some individuals who believe they are doing everything right in terms of their health might be surprised and upset by our finding," said Pamela Hinton, an associate professor of nutritional sciences in MU's College of Human Environmental Sciences, who co-authored the study. "We believe, however, that these results will ultimately serve as education and motivation for these people."

Hinton said the effects of osteopenia can be mitigated by integration of weight-bearing activities into the lifestyle of active individuals. Studies in pre- and post-menopausal women suggest that bone mineral density will increase 2 percent to 3 percent after six months of resistance training three times per week. Small changes in bone density translate into much larger changes in bone strength—a 1 percent increase in bone density reduces the risk of fracture by up to 5 percent.

"Regular, non-weight-bearing activities, such as swimming and cycling are effective measures for preventing the leading risk factors for death and disability in our society,” Hinton said. “But the results of this study suggest that regular weight-bearing activities, such as running, jogging, or rope jumping, are important for the maintenance of healthy bones."

The researchers measured bone mineral density in 43 competitive male cyclists and runners ages 20 to 59. Findings of the study included:

n The cyclists had significantly lower bone mineral density of the whole body, especially of the lumbar spine, compared to runners.

n 63 percent of the cyclists had osteopenia of the spine or hip compared with 19 percent of the runners.

n Cyclists were seven-times more likely to have osteopenia of the spine than the runners.

Background facts:

n The risk of fracture is increased approximately two-fold in osteopenic individuals and five-fold in people with osteopenia.

n Low bone density in males often remains undiagnosed and inadequately treated and, after suffering a fracture, men are less likely to receive follow-up care than women.

n Risk factors for osteoporosis in men are similar to those identified in women: family history, age, low body weight, smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, inadequate calcium or vitamin D intake, low reproductive hormone levels, physical inactivity, and disease or medication affecting bone metabolism.

The study, "Participation in road cycling versus running is associated with lower bone mineral density in men," will be published in Metabolism, and is authored by MU researchers R.S. Rector, R. Rogers, M. Ruebel and P.S. Hinton, in the Department of Nutritional Sciences.

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Ride Report: Specialized Allez

Where'swaldo will recognize the Jersey

I took "Black Beauty" out for a romp today, the weather was so beautiful! Nice little 30 mile ride, and got so into the ride that I forgot to get the camera out at all! I did stop by my school though and drafted a cameraman to get this shot for me, to show off the bike and the jersey a bit

photo by Jason Lundt

Now that I have a few more miles under me, I can give a real ride report! All I can say is WOW! Where have brifters been all my life? This bike is smooth, handles crisply and responsively, and Mr Beanz, thanks for the good words on the Deep V's! I can't believe the difference 20 years of technology advance has made! Total time on the ride was 1:37 and felt like I was sandbagging.

Here is my route, below!

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Lafayette's Diabetes Walk, 2007, or how I spent Saturday Morning!

Crazylady and I volunteered for the American Diabetes Association Diabetes walk today, at Subaru Isuzu in Lafayette. It was a great event. We had a blast and plan on dong the event again next year. We couldn't do any fundraising this time, school has me pretty loaded up on my time.

Here's a little bit of video from the event though

Other news

I have a new ride to break in. I acquired a Specialized Allez to ride. this bike is a road rocket! Looks pretty wicked too! It's a lot lighter than my old Schwinn, that's for sure!

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I'm sure looking forward to riding Tour de Cure on it next season!

Monday, September 24, 2007

Temporarily caged!

I'm stuck driving for a few days at least! I had a wee crash on my mountain bike and have buggered my shoulder. It seems that 47 year olds don't bounce as easily as we did when we were 20!
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This stinks! It was a low speed crash, around 10 MPH in a set of tight technical turns on the outlaw trail in Murdock Woods in Lafayette, Indiana. My bike just went out from under me on some roots and crunch!

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Münster – A Cycling City

The citizens of Münster climb onto their bicycles 374,528 times per day / Cycle traffic has the highest priority when it comes to urban planning.

Münster (SMS) Elsewhere people struggle their way through traffic congestion in their car. Most of the Münster citizens get their day off to a more comfortable start: 50 percent start their day by jumping onto their bicycles before making their way to school, university or their vocational training establishment. As many as 34.2 percent travel to work on the “Leeze”. In Münster, the higher education and service city with just under 280,000 inhabitants, the cycle density is so high that visitors to the city are sometimes unable to believe their eyes. In the past year, the proportion of cyclists of the amount of traffic as a whole has increased once more, reaching a 35 percent share. In comparison, the proportion of cars has not increased in more than 25 years. Münster is one of the cities with the lowest proportion of motor vehicles – it is a cycling city after all.

Getting there fast and easily

In the city, destinations are normally reached faster with the bicycle than with the car and that is not the only reason why both males and females, small and tall make regular use of their bicycles with a regular matter of course. Those who ride in the fresh air also do not have any problems finding a parking space, spare their nerves and cut costs. The city offers 12,500 parking spaces for cyclists. The authorities make it easy for the citizens to change to the environmentally friendly alternative. After all, the infrastructure for cycling traffic participants has not only been continuously refined since the North Rhine-Westphalian Ministry of Transport asked Münster to participate in the “Cycling friendly Cities and Municipalities” program in 1988.

Comfortable routes for the cyclists

275 kilometres of developed cycle-paths are just the beginning. They can not only be used when the sun is shining but the main routes are even cleared of snow and ice every day in winter. This is supplemented by a close network of agricultural roads and kilometre-long minor roads which are suitable for cycling. Münster was the first municipality in Germany to issue an official cycling city map, showing cyclists how to reach their destination fast and most comfortably without having to subject themselves to motor traffic. It was revised and reprinted in August 2007. Anyone can however get to where they are going with the assistance of more than 1750 destination signposts for cyclists which can be found throughout the city area and - devised from the planning brains of Münster – they have also found their way throughout Germany: This summer, the citizens of Münster celebrated the completion of the NRW-wide cycle-path signposting and the German-wide route network for cycling tourism.

Cyclists profit from numerous advantages in Münster: the Promenade, a 4.5 kilometre long green ring on which one can quickly cycle round the old part of the city without having to make many stops – this being what around 1350 Leezen riders do during the rush hour between 4 and 5 p.m. One-way streets which can be used by cyclists in the opposite direction to the stipulated one and cul-de-sacs which are only valid for cars, open up attractive secret paths. Münster also has cycling roads which explicitly prioritise cycling traffic when compared to motor traffic and combined bus/cycle lanes. Pedestrian precincts are also not necessarily prohibited for cyclists.

Safety has priority

The safety of the numerous cyclists has always been of great importance when planning traffic in Münster. For example, at numerous traffic lights, the traffic lights for cyclists turn to green a few seconds before the car drivers are allowed to go, so that they are not accidentally taken for a ride on the bonnet of a car turning right. Large crossings are provided with an extra waiting space at the front. This means that they always start first when the lights change to green and are always in view of the drivers of the cars behind. Traffic education in Münster already starts in kindergarten and primary school. In addition, the municipal authority has founded a "partnership for accident prevention" in cooperation with the police and numerous renowned institutions in Münster. True to the motto “Safe Through Münster”, they co-operate in order to reduce the number of accidents by ten percent each year.

In Germany’s second largest city territory, the bicycle not only makes a name for itself on short routes. The Leeze is also an important means of transport on longer distances in an environmental association with busses and rail transport. 2000-3000 commuters who commute both to and from Münster every day use the cycling station in front of the railway station, this being Germany’s largest bicycle garage with 3300 covered parking spaces and a comfortable bicycle service. The railway stations in the suburbs also have transfer stations, some being equipped with locking bicycle boxes. Furthermore, numerous bus stops are equipped with covered bicycle parking spaces and enable a trouble-free and fast transfer from cycle to bus and vice versa.

Specialists and interested laypersons can find large amounts of material from the municipal cycle traffic planners in the internet (www.muenster.de/stadt/stadtplanung). Among others, one can have the special aspects of cycling in Münster explained during a virtual cycling tour.

Logo Stadt Münster

Münster, 23.09.2007

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

The Spinner Report for the week

We've done pretty well this year.

Rider 9/8/2007 9/15/2007 9/22/2007 9/29/2007 Total
51 100.25 105.5

5th Circle



Adrien 96.86 123.41



Arctic Jill 194.2 110.5

BeckyW 9 35

Bdinger 42

Big Mike 93.5 202.36




DanonBike 73.1 20.2







Epcolt 27.05

Fc 140 60

Funrover 21 51.5






Jeeper Tim 118 32

Joe Metal


Jaxgtr 119.02 101.98



Juvenile Tim 13






Mkadam68 240.16 216.69

Neilfein 25.1 34.5


piper_chuck 60.9 73.1


Raynman 18 15



Ronjon10 126 62.56

Sandwarrior 86.69

Scotmorrsn 150 44


Solveg 56



The Historian

The Mrs 25

Tom Stormcrowe 25

Trolleyguy 149.5 140.2


Tt1106 333

Uncle Dan! 180 46

UTRacerDad 100 100


Wogsterca 48.5 59.7

Total 2670.83 1634.2 0 0 4305.03


Hours 9/8/2007 9/15/2007 9/22/2007 9/29/2007
51 9 9

5th Circle



Adrien 6.3 8.7



Arctic Jill



Big Mike











Epcolt 2


Funrover 1.4 3.75






Jeeper Tim 8.9 2.4

Joe Metal


Jaxgtr 7.75 6.9



Juvenile Tim






Mkadam68 15.25 13.35








Ronjon10 9.8 4.5

Sandwarrior 5.8

Scotmorrsn 8.5 2.2





The Historian

The Mrs

Tom Stormcrowe

Trolleyguy 11.23 11.35



Uncle Dan!

UTRacerDad 7 8


Wogsterca 4.2 5.4

Total 97.13 75.55 0 0

Jan 4903.23
Feb 5582.93
Mar 8397.55
Apr 6339.49
May 8459.58
June 12301.61
July 11582.48
Aug 10273.52
Sep 4305.03
Total 72145.42

The charts are on display at the online page

Good job, all! Keep up yhr great work and keep riding!

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