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    On popular demand 8 days ago we started the the Cycling Monks Strava Group, with a promise of posting weekly updates of the ‘stats’.

    So here goes, leaderboard of the first week since inception.

    Group Stats for week ending 7th of June

    Cycling Monks Strava Group Leaderboard

    The leaderboard is topped by Rahul Nadig from Shivamoga, Karnataka. Who rode a whopping 516 km in 7 days. An incredible amount of mileage as he is building up base miles.

    Second in the list is Zeeshan M from Bangalore, Karnataka. With a mixture of trail and road riding, Zeeshan hammered out 364 km. His training is bang on track.

    The final man on the podium is Sumith MK from Shivamoga, Karnataka. Rahul’s frequent riding partner, he also managed a credible 354 km.

    The top three riders in terms of total kilometres clocked are from Karnataka! Coincidence?

    The longest rides in the week was once again headed by Rahul, closely followed by Sumith and Vijendra also from Shivamoga!

    The rider with the fastest average speed over the entire week goes to Himanshu from Gurgaon, Haryana, riding at 28 kmph. Inshad Azlam from Manjeri, Kerala was 3rd quickest with an average speed of 25 kmph.

    King of the Mountain this week goes to Zeeshan M from Bangalore with 2368 m of vertical gain.

    In this category, only rides recorded on devices with barometers are eligible. Phone Strava is known to give wildly inaccurate altitude gain readings and therefore cannot be taken into account!

     

    The first week is rounded up by the boys from Karnataka who have dominated proceedings.

    Unfortunately there is only one female rider in the Cycling Monks Strava Group as of now. We hope to see more women participating. Being the only female rider, Suyi Ag from Bangalore automatically takes the Queen of the Mountain title this week!

    If you would like to join in on the competitive fun. Hop into the Strava Club Here.

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    Week 2 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 14th June 2020.

    Club Stats. 179 members who collectively rode 23,451 km in 674 rides, climbing 135,366 metres in 1141 hours!

     

     

     

     

     

    Leaderboard: Overall

    Top of the charts this week was Balraj Singh Chauhan from Punjab, living up to his Super Randonneur reputation by clocking 589 km.

    In second place is Rahul Nalawade from Maharashtra who rode 530 km in the week.

    Third spot is taken by Sumith MK from Karnataka, who was at the top last week as well. Consistent effort for him. This week he rode 500 km.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: Women

    Among the women in the club, Neha Tikam from Maharashtra was top and in 19th place overall. She has been training rigorously this past week.

    In second place is Simmy Pardal from Uttarakhand, with 203 km under her belt for the week. She is 40th overall as well.

    Third was taken by Urmi Das from West Bengal having ridden 118 km this week. She is 85th overall.

    Leaderboard: Longest Ride

    Top spot goes to Sumith MK from Karnataka for the longest ride, doing a 154 km ride!

    Next up is Kishan also from Karnataka having done a 145 km long ride.

    Third is Hemabh Choudhury from Assam, who did a 141 km long ride.

    Leaderboard: Fastest

    Fastest of the lot is Divyam Patel, based in Canada as he rode the entire week at an average speed of 29.7 kmph.

    Second fastest is Tarun Kumar from Maharashtra whose weekly average is 29.2 kmph. This even after having a parallel ‘running’ week!

    Third is Chandruu also from Maharashtra.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

    Climber of the week is Makarand Mane from Maharashtra. Who has used the Western Ghats to the hilt to add climbing miles to his legs.

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    Week 3 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 21st June 2020.

    Club Stats. 200 members collectively rode 27547 km in 744 rides, climbing 148082 metres in 1373 hours! WoW, all the numbers are up…

    Leaderboard: Overall

    Top of the charts this week was once again Balraj Singh Chauhan from Punjab clocking a whopping 667 km.

    In second place is Ringkhang Narzary from Assam who rode 635 km in the week. Not far behind top spot.

    Third spot is taken by Rahul Nalawade from Maharashtra. This week he rode 616 km.

    Goal posts have moved, you need to be clocking a whopping 600 km or more to be at the front!

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: Women

    This week saw the women’s leaderboard dominated by the ladies from Pune, who have done a clean sweep of the top three positions.

    Among the women in the club, Neha Tikam from Maharashtra was top and in 14th place overall riding over 376 km. This is the second straight week she has topped the women’s leaderboard.

    In second place is Rajlaxmi Teli from Maharashtra, with 311 km under her belt for the week. She is 20th overall as well.

    Third was taken by Pradnya Ajagar from Maharashtra having ridden 268 km this week. She is 25th overall.

    There are a total of 6 women in the top 100 this week, doubled from the 3 last week.

    Leaderboard: Longest Ride

    Top spot goes to Balraj Singh Chauhan from Punjab for the longest ride, doing a 255 km ride on father’s day!

    Next up is Ringkhang Narzary from Assam having done a 211 km long ride.

    Third is Neha Tikam from Maharashtra, who did a 151 km long ride.

    Leaderboard: Fastest

    Fastest of the lot is Sanjeev Ramki, from Tamil Nadu as he rode in Chennai at an average speed of 32.7 kmph.

    Second fastest is Sam Solomon from Karnataka whose weekly average is 30.9 kmph.

    Third is Tarun Kumar from Maharashtra averaging 30.2 kmph over the week.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

    Climber of the week is once again Makarand Mane from Maharashtra.

    The Western Ghats are where the climbers live, with second spot taken by Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu.

    Third is again from the ghats of Pune, Neha Tikam.

    *In this category, only rides recorded on devices with barometers are eligible. Phone Strava is known to give wildly inaccurate altitude gain readings and therefore cannot be taken into account!

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    Week 4 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 28th June 2020.

    Club Stats. 216 members collectively rode 30756 km in 809 rides, climbing 179732 metres in 1525 hours! Collective numbers for the group are constantly increasing…

     

    Leaderboard: Overall

    Top of the charts this week was Rahul Nalawade from Maharashtra clocking a mammoth 733.7 km.

    In second place is Sumith MK from Karnataka who rode 526.7 km in the week.

    Third spot is taken by Zeeshan M from Karnataka. This week he rode 490.4 km.

    The monsoons have ensured that a lot of wet weather riding is taking place. And those who don’t like to ride in the rain are hiding indoors!

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: Women

    This week once again saw the women’s leaderboard dominated by the ladies from Pune, who have done a clean sweep of the top three positions.

    Among the women in the club, Pradnya Ajagar from Maharashtra was top and in 5th place overall riding over 483 km.

    In second place is Neha Tikam from Maharashtra, with 379 km under her belt for the week. She is 14th overall as well.

    Third was taken by Rajlaxmi Teli from Maharashtra having ridden 268 km this week. She is 23th overall.

    There are a total of 5 women in the top 100 this week, down by 1 in comparison to last week.

    Leaderboard: Longest Ride

    Top spot goes to Divyam Patel currently in Canada for the longest ride, doing a 249 km ride!

    Next up is Hemant Dhupkar from Madhya Pradesh having done a 202 km ride. This is the first entrant from MP in top spot.

    Third is Neha Tikam from Maharashtra, who did a 161.5 km long ride. 10 km longer than last week and 100 metres more than 4th placed Vaibhav!

    Leaderboard: Fastest

    Fastest of the lot is Tarun Kumar from Maharashtra who has constantly been at the sharp end of things with an average speed of 30.3 kmph.

    Second fastest is Divyam Patel from Canada whose weekly average is 29.7 kmph.

    Third is Sam Solomon from Karnataka averaging 29.5 kmph over the week.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

    Climber of the week is Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu with a whopping 5398 metres to his name. Living in Ooty surely helps his climbing appetite.

    *In this category, only rides recorded on devices with barometers are eligible. Phone Strava is known to give wildly inaccurate altitude gain readings and therefore cannot be taken into account!

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    Week 5 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 5th July 2020.

    Club Stats. 232 members collectively rode 27256 km in 774 rides, climbing 164540 metres in 1344 hours!

    The number of members are up, but due to the monsoons hitting the entire country, riding is down. As compared to last week, total kilometres, rides, climbing and number of hours on the saddle are all down. Here’s to hoping that everyone spends some more time on their bikes…

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Leaderboard: Overall

    Top of the charts is Super Randonneur Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab clocking a crazy high 811.4 km. He has been consistently clocking a lot of miles week after week. He also managed the longest ride of the week.

    In second place is Rahul Nalawade from Maharashtra who rode 683 km in the week. Last week he was tops!

    Third spot is taken by Rakesh Kumar Pawan from Bihar. He rode 661.5 km.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: Women

    This week once again saw the women’s leaderboard dominated by the ladies from Maharashtra, with only one from a different state!

    Among the women in the club, Pradnya Ajagar from Maharashtra was top and in 24th place overall riding over 286 km.This is the second week in succession that she sits at the top of the standings.

    In second place is Simmy Pardal from Uttarakhand, with 186 km under her belt for the week. She is 49th overall as well.

    Third was taken by Ketaki Agtey-Sathe from Maharashtra having ridden 268 km this week. She is 76th overall.

    There are a total of 4 women in the top 100 this week, down by 1 in comparison to last week.

    Leaderboard: Longest Ride

    Top spot goes to Sukhwinder Singh in Punjab for the longest ride, doing a 250 km long ride!

    Next up is Hemabh Choudhary from Assam having done a 274 km ride.

    Third is Limbu Ashok from Uttarakhand, who did a 210 km long ride.

    Being in the top 3, means you need to be riding 200+ km!

    Leaderboard: Fastest

    Fastest of the lot is Rakesh Kumar Pawan from Bihar who has constantly been riding centuries with an average speed of 32 kmph.

    Second fastest is Ketaki Agtey-Sathe from Maharashtra whose weekly average is 31.8 kmph.

    Third is Sanjeev Ramki from Tamil Nadu averaging 31 kmph over the week.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

    Tamil Nadu clean sweeps the climbing category this week, with two riders from Ooty and one from Chennai taking top honours.

    Climber of the week is Joel Sundaram from Tamil Nadu with a whopping 6418 metres to his name. Living in Ooty surely helps.

    Second is another Ooty boy, Imaad Sait, last week’s climber, with 6031 metres of climbing under his belt.

    Third is Shun A also from Tamil Nadu, climbing 4360 metres.

    *In this category, only rides recorded on devices with barometers are eligible. Phone Strava is known to give wildly inaccurate altitude gain readings and therefore are not taken into account!

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    Week 6 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 12th July 2020.

    Club Stats. 249 members collectively rode 27518 km in 780 rides, climbing 165196 metres in 1352 hours!

    The number of members are up compared to last week, but due to lockdowns being enforced in many parts of the country, riding is down. As compared to last week, total kilometres, rides, climbing and number of hours on the saddle are marginally up.

    Leaderboard: Overall

    Top of the charts is once again Super Randonneur Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab clocking a 853 km. The second successive week that he has ridden more than 800 km.

    In second place once again is Rahul Nalawade from Maharashtra who rode 643 km in the week. Another consistent rider at the top of the charts.

    Third spot is taken by Sachin Namade from Maharashtra. He rode 513 km.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: Women

    This week once again saw the women’s leaderboard dominated by the ladies from Maharashtra, with the top 4 from the state!

    Among the women in the club, Neha Tikam from Maharashtra was back at the top and in 16th place overall riding over 350 km. After a recovery week, she is back at the top.

    In second place is her teammate Rajlaxmi Teli from Maharashtra, with 276 km under her belt for the week. She is 25th overall.

    Third was taken by Pradnya Ajagar also from Maharashtra having ridden 255 km this week. She is 30th overall.

    There are a total of 7 women in the top 100 this week, up by 3 in comparison to last week.

    Leaderboard: Longest Ride

    Top spot goes to Jagadesh Badiga from Tamil Nadu for the longest ride, doing a 160 km long ride!

    Next up is Makarand Mane from Maharashtra having done a 159.5 km ride, just half a kilometre less that top spot.

    Third is Vikram Seth from Chandigarh, who did a 136 km long ride.

    Leaderboard: Fastest

    The fastest riders are from Maharashtra…

    Fastest of the lot is Anirudh Rangarajan from Maharashtra who has been riding fast paced rides on Zwift with an average speed of 31.3 kmph.

    Second fastest is Ketaki Agtey-Sathe from Maharashtra also on Zwift whose weekly average is 30.4 kmph. She was averaging fast rides last week as well.

    Third is Tarun Kumar from Maharashtra averaging 29.8 kmph over the week.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

    Tamil Nadu takes top spot in the climbing category this week, with two riders from Ooty and one from Maharashtra taking top honours.

    Climber of the week is Joel Sundaram from Tamil Nadu with a whopping 7267 metres to his name. Living in Ooty surely helps as he tops this category for a second week in a row. He climbed 800 metres more than last week.

    Second is another Ooty boy, Imaad Sait, second last week as well, with 5972 metres of climbing under his belt.

    Third is Chandruu from Maharashtra, climbing 5907 metres. 4432 of these metres was in a single ride, a virtual half-Everesting attempt.

    *In this category, only rides recorded on devices with barometers are eligible. Phone Strava is known to give wildly inaccurate altitude gain readings and therefore are not taken into account!

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    Week 7 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 19th July 2020.

    Club Stats. 280 members collectively rode 31442 km in 866 rides, climbing 166911 metres in 1522 hours!

    The number of members are up compared to last week. As compared to last week, total kilometres, rides, climbing and number of hours on the saddle are all up. The group this week just about climbed more than they did last week!

    Leaderboard: Overall

    Top of the charts is once again Super Randonneur Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab clocking a 1155 km. This is the third successive week that he has topped the distance charts. This week he rode an incredible mileage, which didn’t allow anyone to come even close!

    In second place once again is Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu who rode 832 km in the week. A new entrant to the group and he is off to a flyer!

    Third spot is taken by Rakesh Kumar Pawan from Bihar. He rode 733 km. He is back in the top 3 with a century a day!

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: Women

    This week didn’t have the big hitters from Maharashtra dominate the leaderboard, since there has been a lockdown imposed in most parts of the state!

    Among the women in the club, Urmi Das from West Bengal was back at the top and in 70th place overall riding 179 km this week.

    In second place is Simmy Pardal from Uttarakhand, with 166 km under her belt for the week. She is 79th overall.

    Third is Rajlaxmi Teli from Maharashtra having ridden 159 km this week. She is 83rd overall.

    There are a total of 4 women in the top 100 this week, down by 3 in comparison to last week.

    Leaderboard: Longest Ride

    Top spot goes to Shivam Singh from Haryana for the longest ride, doing a 200.5 km long ride!

    Next up is Manigandan T from Karnataka having done a 200.1 km ride, just 400 metres less than the top spot. Almost exactly like how last week played out.

    Third is Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab, who did a 150.4 km long ride.

    Leaderboard: Fastest

    Fastest of the lot is Sanjeev Ramki from Tamil Nadu who has been riding fast paced rides including a group century, averaging 33.2 kmph.

    Second fastest for the second consecutive week is Ketaki Agtey-Sathe from Maharashtra also on Zwift whose weekly average is 31.4 kmph.

    Third is new entrant Manav Chandwani from Gujarat averaging 30.7 kmph over the week. This is the entrant from Gujarat.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

    Tamil Nadu takes top spot in the climbing category again this week.

    Climber of the week is Shun A from Tamil Nadu having climbed 4924 metres to his name. All this climbing was done no Zwift!

    *In this category, only rides recorded on devices with barometers are eligible. Phone Strava is known to give wildly inaccurate altitude gain readings and therefore are not taken into account!

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    Week 8 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 26th July 2020.

    Club Stats. 297 members collectively rode 35044 km in 916 rides, climbing 188979 metres in 1677 hours!

    The number of members are up compared to last week. As compared to last week, total kilometres, rides, climbing and number of hours on the saddle are all up.

    Leaderboard: Overall

    Top of the charts is ONCE AGAIN Super Randonneur Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab clocking 965 km. This is the fourth successive week that he has topped the distance charts. This week he rode less than last week, but still an incredible number!

    In second place once again is Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu who rode 875  km in the week. This is the second week in succession that he is in second spot.

    Third spot is taken by Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu. He rode 765 km.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: Women

    Among the women in the club, Rajlaxmi Teli from Maharashtra was back at the top and in 28th place overall riding 303 km this week. Last week she was third.

    In second place is Ketaki Agtey-Sathe from Maharashtra, with 208 km under her belt for the week. She is 64th overall.

    Third is Simmy Pardal from Uttarakhand having ridden 182 km this week. She is 78th overall.

    There are a total of 4 women in the top 100 this week, same as last week.

    Leaderboard: Longest Ride

    This section of the leaderboard is the only one which sees a major shakeup every week. With the other’s more or less set in stone! But you need to ride upwards of 200 km to be in the top 3.

    Top spot goes to Vishal Pareek  from Rajasthan for the longest ride, doing a 206.8 km long ride!

    Next up is Mr. Unknown (that’s his name!) from Chandigarh having done a 206.2 km ride, just 600 metres less than the top spot. Almost exactly like how last week played out.

    Third is Mohammed Fazil from Karnataka, who did a 200.2 km long ride.

    Leaderboard: Fastest

    Fastest of the lot is Manigandan T from Karnataka who did a fast paced century ride, averaging 32.5 kmph.

    Second fastest for the is Sanjeev Ramki from Tamil Nadu whose weekly average is 32.1 kmph. Last week he was the fastest.

    Third is Rakesh Kumar Pawan from Bihar averaging 31.3 kmph over the week.

    Shivam Singh had a Strava error, which has warped his average speed, so his data is not being taken into account.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

    Tamil Nadu once again takes top spot in the climbing category this week.

    Climber of the week is Joel Sundaram from Tamil Nadu having climbed 6986 metres. This is after Ooty being under lockdown over the weekend!

    Second is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu, he was top guy last week. He has been accumulating climbing metres on Zwift. He climbed 6434 metres this week.

    Third is Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu, he climbed 4890 metres during the week.

    *In this category, only rides recorded on devices with barometers are eligible. Phone Strava is known to give wildly inaccurate altitude gain readings and therefore are not taken into account!

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    Week 9 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 2nd August 2020.

    Club Stats. 315 members collectively rode 36943 km in 998 rides, climbing 188185 metres in 1738 hours!

    The number of members are up by 18 as compared to last week.Total kilometres, rides and number of hours on the saddle are all up in comparison. Elevation gained has gone down marginally…

    Leaderboard: Overall

    Top of the charts is for the first time Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu clocking 879 km. His total mileage is impressive, but what is even more impressive is the fact that he also has the longest ride to his name. Even more incredibly, he has clocked this insane mileage at a mouth frothing 30 kmph! Hats off to this incredible gentleman…

    In second place is last week’s topper SR Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab who rode 870 km in the week. He is just marginally behind Subu. Impressively he has been amongst the top spots for the last 5 weeks…

    Third spot is taken by Rahul Nalawade from Maharasthra. He rode 694 km.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: Women

    Among the women in the club, Simmy Pardal from Uttarakhand was back at the top and in 65th place overall riding 204 km this week. Last week she was third.

    In second place is Pradnya Ajagar from Maharashtra, with 187 km under her belt for the week. She is 70th overall.

    Third is Krithi Cheeki Buki from Tamil Nadu having ridden 144 km this week. She is 100th overall.

    There are a total of 3 women in the top 100 this week, down by 1 as compared to last week.

    Leaderboard: Longest Ride

    This section of the leaderboard is the only one which sees a major shakeup every week. With the other’s more or less set in stone! This is the first time in a long time, that no one has ridden a 200+ km ride…

    Top spot goes to Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu for the longest ride, doing a 168 km long ride!

    Next up is Hemabh Choudhary from Assam having done a 160 km ride.

    Third is Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab, who did a 153,2 km long ride.

    Leaderboard: Fastest

    Average speeds are down this week.

    Fastest of the lot is Manav Chandwani from Gujarat who averaged 30.9 kmph.

    Second fastest for the week is Sam Solomon from Karnataka whose weekly average is 30.6 kmph.

    Third is Tarun Kumar from Maharashtra averaging 30.3 kmph over the week.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

    Tamil Nadu once again clean sweeps the top spots in the climbing category this week.

    Climber of the week is once again Joel Sundaram from Tamil Nadu having climbed 6474 metres.

    Second is Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu. He climbed 6089 metres this week.

    Third is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu, he climbed 3999 metres during the week.

    *In this category, only rides recorded on devices with barometers are eligible. Phone Strava is known to give wildly inaccurate altitude gain readings and therefore are not taken into account!

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    Week 10 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 9th August 2020.

    Club Stats. 334 members collectively rode 36202 km in 950 rides, climbing 176641 metres in 1684 hours!

    The number of members are up by 19 as compared to last week. Total kilometres, rides, elevation gain and number of hours on the saddle have all gone down this week. In a large part this was due to the lockdown being enforced in many parts of the country as well as the monsoon wreaking havoc along the western coast.

    Group target is to hit 1000 rides next week!

    Leaderboard: Overall

    Sumit Patil had stated that he would be gunning for the top spot in the overall mileage leaderboard this week. But he fell short by quite a few kilometres!

    After a week away from the top, Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab was once again top of the charts. He has been in the first couple of positions for the last 6 weeks! He rode a mind boggling 1288 km.

    In second place is new entrant in this spot Sumit Patil from Maharashtra who rode 841 km in the week. He couldn’t hit his target, but an impressive mileage nonetheless. He is training for his 24 hour Time Trial on the 15th of August.

    Third spot is taken by Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu. He rode 755 km. His mileage has been consistent over the weeks, along with his average speed.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: Women

    Among the women in the club, Pradnya Ajagar from Maharashtra was back at the top and in 69th place overall, riding 176 km this week. Last week she was second.

    In second place is new entrant to the club, Garima Takyar from Haryana, with 157 km under her belt for the week. She is 77th overall.

    There are 2 women in the top 100 this week, down by 1 as compared to last week.

    Leaderboard: Longest Ride

    This section of the leaderboard is the only one which sees a major shakeup every week. With the other’s more or less set in stone!

    Top spot goes to Dheeraj Narsian from Delhi for the longest ride, doing a 220 km long ride!

    Next up is Sumit Patil from Maharashtra having done a 200 km ride in his attempt to be top of the overall table.

    Third is Sanjay Sharma from Rajasthan, who did a 171 km long ride.

    Leaderboard: Fastest

    Average speeds are UP this week. Sanjeev Ramki said he will take this position by storm and he did, in style! The top 3 have been riding at some serious pace…

    Fastest of the lot is Sanjeev Ramki from Tamil Nadu who averaged an incredible 35.8 kmph.

    Second fastest for the week is Garima Takyar from Haryana whose weekly average is 32.5 kmph.

    Third is Sumit Patil from Maharashtra averaging 31.6 kmph over the week. Impressive considering his overall mileage.

    *Only outdoor rides and ‘smart indoor trainer’ rides considered.

    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

    Tamil Nadu once again almost clean sweeps the top spots in the climbing category this week.

    Climber of the week is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu having climbed 7062 metres. An incredible amount. He was third last week.

    Second is Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu. He climbed 4112 metres this week. He was second last week as well.

    Third is Anirudh Rangarajan from Maharashtra, he climbed 3729 metres during the week.

    *In this category, only rides recorded on devices with barometers are eligible. Phone Strava is known to give wildly inaccurate altitude gain readings and therefore are not taken into account!

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