Cambridge Valley Cycling
Capital Bicycle Racing Club
Farm Team Cycling   Null
Mohawk Hudson Cycling Club MHCC
RPI Cycling Club Null
Safe Cycle Saratoga (SCS)   Null
Saratoga Cycling Club
Saratoga Mountain Bike Association
Skidmore College Null
Bethlehem Bicycle / Pedestrian Committee
Central New York Cyclist
CNY Dirt/BikeLoft Null
Gazella Training
Hamilton College Cycling Club Null
Onondaga Cycling Club
Owasco Velo Club Null
Ride Oswego County Null
Syracuse University Cycling Club
Cornell University Bicycle Club
Finger Lakes Cycling Club
Genesee Wanderers
GVCC Racing
Livingston Cycling Club
Rochester Bicycling Club
Rochester Cycling Alliance
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester Road Racing: Team Nalgene Null
U Rochester
Bicycle Long Island - Nassau Suffolk Bicycle Coalition # Null
Bike Around Long Island
Concerned Long Island Mountain Bicyclists Null
Hampton Velo Club Null
Huntington Bicycle Club   Null
Live Love Velo
Long Island Bicycle Club
Massapequa Park Bicycle Club
Mineola Bicycle Club    Null
Mineola Bicycle Racing Team   Null
Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association
The Original Member's Bike Club
Bard College Cycling Team Null
Catskill Mountain Cycling Club Null
Mid-Hudson Bicycle Club
Orange County Bicycle Club
Pawling Cycle and Sport Race Team
Rockland Bicycling Club
Sleepy Hollow Bicycle Club Null
West Point Cycling Club
Westchester Cycling Club
Westchester Mountain Bike Association WMBA
Mohawk Valley Bicycling Club
Adirondack Cycling Team
Adirondack Mountain Bike Association Null
Adirondack Velo Club
Clarkson University
SUNY Plattsburgh Cycling Sports Club Null
Team Placid Planet, Inc. Null
9th Street Cycles Brooklyn
BOLD Racing / enduranceWERX
Brooklyn Velo Force
Century Road Club Association
Champion System-Stan's NoTubes Pro Cycling Team
Chelsea Bicycles Team Null
The City Island & Orchard Beach Cycle Club Null
Columbia University Cycling Club
Cuevas Cycling Development
Denos Wonderwheel Cycling
East End/Kreb Cycle Team
Echelon Performance Team
Evil Racing Cult
Fast and Fabulous Cyclists
Five Boroughs Bike Club
G.B.S.C. Bicycling Racing Team Null
Gran Fondo New York
GS Mengoni USA
Kissena Cycling Club
Major Taylor Cycling Club Null
Metropolitan Cycling Assocation
New York Bike Messenger Association   Null
New York Cycle Club
NYAC Cycling Club
NYU Cycling
Paumonok Bicycling Advocacy Null
Pink Rhino Racing
Rapha Cycling Club
Redbeard Racing
Samurai Messenger
Sparta Cycling
Staten Island Bicycling Coalition Null
Team TAM Null
Triangle Cyclists
Unione Sportiva Italiana Null
We Stand United (Brooklyn) Null
Big Horn Velo
Binghamton Mountain Bike Group   Null
NoTubes/Corning Race Team
Southern Tier Bicycle Club
Tioga Velo Club
Big Wheels Bicycle Club
Buffalo 51
Buffalo Bicycling Club
East Aurora Racing Club
Hollyloft/Alfies Cycling Team
Niagara Frontier Bicycle Club
Olean Cycling Club
University at Buffalo
Western NY Mountain Biking Association
New York High School Mountain Biking Association
New York State Bicycle Racing Association

Riding Mileage from 1990 to present

My wife says my tombstone will have a scrolling display of my bike logs.  To which I say, nahh ... (1) my will calls for cremation and (2) no way you will get power out to the tombstone to drive the display on any lasting basis.  So, this web page will have to do.

Going WAY BACK I've logged my running and bike mileage in various spreadsheet, in a product called SportsTracks, and on the Ride With GPS web site.  Before 1990, I mostly logged running mileage though the 1980's were a period of dual running and biking for me.  Knees being what they are, the running part bit the dust after 1990.  And, I don't have good biking data before 1990 and won't bother you with speculative data.  I do know that I peaked at over 2000 running miles a year in the early 1980's but I was younger and more fanatic then. It's fascinating stuff isn't it?

All data can be seen in the file: Mileage

There is an annual sheet with a yearly graph, a monthly totals sheet and finally a detailed day by day listing. Some snarky comments in the detailed listing if you have the patience to look.

Both open in whatever PDF reader you have installed.