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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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