I hit two big milestones this week. I’ve ridden 100 miles on my bike and I’ve done 100 miles of walking/jogging. I’ve for sure never done this much cycling in one year before.  I totally get that for the majority of people who cycle or train for tris that 100 miles is what they do in a weekend, not 9 months, but I’m still pleased with myself.

I’ve done 100 miles in a year before (in 2003) but it has been a long time.

I feel like I’m on a good path right now.


I’ve signed up for my next race: this one. I’ll be doing the 6 hour (!) one and I am 100% sure that I will come in last. But I don’t care. I just want to see how far I can go.


6 thoughts on “100

  1. AndreAnna says:

    That race makes me want to throw up looking at it. If I was a runner and not a lifter, I’d do it with you just so you could have someone to finish last with! LOL.

    You ARE doing the Warrior Dash with me if I have to drag your ass through the mud.

  2. Wendy says:

    AndreAnna, yep, exactly that. 1.9 miles over and over for 6 hours. On the plus side, it is a pretty 1.9 miles and you are allowed to have people run with you, so I’m planning on talking some friends into joining me for various periods. And I will be walking a lot, I’m sure.

    I’m up for the Warrior Dash…that could be fun!

  3. Ellie says:

    Congrats on the two milestones–thanks for letting us mark them with you! Let’s do another 100 to celebrate! That, or maybe just eat some ice cream instead?

  4. Ellie says:

    Oh, and I know I’ve said this to you, but let me just add my voice to the mix here as well–6 hours is CRAZY, and I know crazy. But I’ll join you for a lap or two for sure 🙂

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