jur wrote:Do you have one of those altitude plots for the full monty? It would be enormously interesting for me...
I thought Bikely had altitude features now??
jur wrote:parawolf wrote:Sorry Jur...
yeah I saw you Snuffy. I even called out as we passed.
Oh my gawd, I think I left my legs somewhere behind on Inverness Road.
Inverness Road up to the Ridge Road, averages 8.9%
From there up to sky high averages a piddly 5.3%! Thus the total gradient for the Full Monty is 6.3% over 7.16km, which took me 33 minutes 35 seconds.
Seriously struggled on that bit. Makes the 1:20 look like a walk in the park.
I bailed after that. I got into Olinda, and couldn't muster the effort for the remaining two climbs (The Wall and Devils Elbow + One Tree Hill).
Lovely day, just huge shame about the smoke in the air playing havoc with my lungs. Even with the two climbs, it totals 940metres of vertical rises.
Do you have one of those altitude plots for the full monty? It would be enormously interesting for me...
jur wrote:I am interested in the actual maximum gradient near the top of Inverness Rd.
Hmmm... I feel a bit like the dog who was chasing a car and who caught it... now what are you going to do with the car??parawolf wrote:The steepest section appears to be the last 140 metres of Inverness Road which is 15.0% (140metre road distance, 21 metres climbed).
Snuffy wrote:jur wrote:I am interested in the actual maximum gradient near the top of Inverness Rd.
In which case... what I do is use Google Earth and find two points on the road and calculate based on that....
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