2012, the goals ahead.

I have set myself some goals for this year on the bike.

#1 : As I have done the last 2 years, I have a goal of 6000kms for the year. Not the most difficult goal to achieve, but one that is important to me and the 6K Club.
#2 : Do 12 x Century rides (100+kms) in the year. (Note. I started this post in December 2011, before I had chalked up 3 Centuries in the first 9 days of 2012, so the goal stands.)
#3 : Do 1 x 200+km ride in the year.
#4 : Climb 50,000m for the year.
#5 : Drop below 90kgs.

To help me attain the climbing goal, I am looking at doing as many of the more difficult local climbs as I can. When I say local, within 75kms of home. See map below.

Climbs like these for example…

Once I have found the 12 major climbs I will post them up and keep tabs of how I am going. My aim is to try and do them within 150% of the KOM time.

What are your goals for 2012?

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5 Responses to 2012, the goals ahead.

  1. Lewy says:

    I will join you on some of those. Don’t forget Barrengarry and the Cambewarra from the other way.

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  3. Monkeypushovertree says:

    I’ve climbed Berry and Macquarie; Macquarie is fun and worth the challenge. Berry, not so much. There are a couple of other good ones in your area too. Try Barrengarry for a heap of fun!

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