Leveling Myself 1,2,3, or 4?

  • 27 Mar 2022 6:32 AM
    Reply # 12682574 on 12682362
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    From your post, you have good physical fitness.  But you haven’t gone on a long ride in a while, and perhaps are uncertain about group riding.  Our L4 ride would be a good starting point.  The rides are slower and shorter. The ride leaders are used to cyclists who are new or getting back into the sport.  After a ride or 2, or 3, you’ll probably be comfortable to jump up to the L3. Given that you’ve done a metric century in the past , I suspect eventually you’ll move up again, once your on the road fitness and comfort improves.

    Matt

  • 27 Mar 2022 6:07 AM
    Reply # 12682556 on 12682362

    Hi Karen,

    Our newsletter has a levels guideline .  It's based on speed on the flats, total ride miles and total elevation (ascent).

    Thanks for asking

    Bobski

  • 26 Mar 2022 10:20 PM
    Message # 12682362
    Deleted user

    Hi!

    Just joined, and never ridden with this group before. I don't, for the life of me, have ANY idea how to level myself! :) Can someone help? I see L1 thru L4 listed, but try as I have, I can't seem to find a description of the levels anywhere. I joined as an L2, which is probably wrong. :)  i did a metric century in Lake Tahoe with TNT in 2019. I'm a total novice. I have been indoor cycling for the past two years amid the pandemic, with an occasional outside bike ride to remind me how out of shape I am (for outside cycling). 

    Help! :) 


    Karen

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