Saturday, 31 October 2020

Calm, slow day through Asturias


Alto de la Cobertoria
2020:9,6 km@8,9%---32:28---average speed 17.74 km/h(Marc Soler)
                                ---35:05---average speed 16.42 km/h(50 riders peloton)
2015:9,6 km@8,9%---31:00---average speed 18.58 km/h(18 riders peloton)
2014:9,6 km@8,9%---34:28---average speed 16.71 km/h(Fabian Cancellara)
                                ---34:54---average speed 16.50 km/h(60 riders peloton)

Puerto de San Lorenzo
2020:11,2 km@8,0%---36:05---average speed 18.62 km/h(50 riders peloton)
2014:11,2 km@8,0%---33:56---average speed 19.80 km/h(25 riders peloton)
2011:11,2 km@8,0%---32:41---average speed 20.56 km/h(Intxausti-Bruseghin)
                                  ---32:51---average speed 20.46 km/h(Daniel Moreno)
                                  ---33:04---average speed 20.32 km/h(30 riders peloton)

La Farrapona
2020:6,1 km@9,0%---19:42---average speed 18.58 km/h(Aleksandr Vlasov)
                               ---20:46---average speed 17.62 km/h(David Gaudu) 
2014:6,1 km@9,0%---17:43---average speed 20.66 km/h(Alberto Contador)
2011:6,1 km@9,0%---18:39---average speed 19.62 km/h(Juan Jose Cobo)
                                ---19:17---average speed 18.98 km/h(Rein Taaramae)


  1. At least they were flying at Colladona. I timed 16.02 for 6.8 km @ 6.5% which is not to bad.

  2. Calmness is a gift that the human being has been gifted with. Yet in this competitive and stressful age, we have forgotten to keep the calmness alive within us. Calm is often compared with stillness. Anything that is still or stagnant is considered to be calm. It is not so. The waves are not calm; they are always on the move. Yet the calmness persists by its shore and also under its blues where a deep oblivion of unexplored thoughts exists. calm