Sunday, May 15, 2011

How far are your typical bicycle outings?

Our survey says...
Our last trailsnet poll was the most successful one so far. We had a lot of participation. In the end, the mountains were the clear favorite bike trail destination. And the mountains are a beautiful place for biking. But I have a feeling that if more people knew about some of the great bike trails found on the plains, in the cities, and alongside beaches, the vote may have been closer. Personally, I was glad to have the opportunity to vote in more than one category, because I love biking all over the place.

Which brings us to our brand new trailsnet poll over there at the top of the left-hand column. How far do you ride your bike in a typical bicycle outing? Once again, you're allowed to vote for more than one choice or choose the ubiquitous "lengths may vary" option. The unique thing about this month's poll is that it applies to both trail bikers and road bikers.

Take a whopping couple seconds to vote in the trailsnet "poll-o-the-month." We want to hear from you!!

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3 comments:

Reevie25 said...

Nice blog here! I usually ride about 10 to 20 miles but a bit less on night rides after college.

trailsnet said...

When I ride around my local area, I usually log anywhere from 5 to 15 miles, but when I go on my bike trips, I try to get in at least 30 miles per day. That's pretty easy on the paved/concrete trails, but on dirt trails it gets a little more demanding. Of course I stop a lot to take notes and pictures which makes it less physically demanding but more time-consuming.

Reevie25 said...

Nice blog here! I usually ride about 10 to 20 miles but a bit less on night rides after college.