Week 105 update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 5th June 2022.
Club Stats. 2123 members collectively rode 128523 km in 3544 rides, climbing 682028 metres in 6119 hours!
The number of members are up by 18 as compared to last week. The week saw everyone collectively ride more. With total distance, elevation gained, number of rides and time spent on the saddle were all up.
To be in the top 100, you needed to ride minimum 287 km during the week!
There were 7 who averaged more than 100 km a day!
5 rode a 400. 3 rode a 300 and 27 rode at least a 200.
44 averaged above 30 kmph for the week. 11 climbed more than 4000 metres… Incredible riding by everyone.
Kudos to all the riders who have been working hard on their saddles…
6 riders averaged more than 100 km a day. The top 2 switched places this week.
Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu was top of the charts. He rode an incredible 1083 km. He was second last week.
In second place is Rupesh Bali from Chandigarh who rode 1041 km in the week. He was first last week.
Third spot is taken by Jein Varghese from Kerala. He rode 1002 km.
The women’s leaderboard has gotten more competitive this week. To be in the top 10, you needed to ride 248+ km… The top 2 ladies switched places.
Naazia Farhein from Tamil Nadu was top of the charts this week. Riding an incredible 623 km. She is 10th overall. She was second last week.
Next up is Megha Jain from Punjab. Who rode an impressive 602 km. She is 12th overall. She was first last week.
Third is Malika Kalra from Punjab who rode 339 km. She is 58th overall.
There are 18 women in the top 100 this week, 6 more than last week.
Leaderboard: Longest Ride
A mixed bag of double centurions from different corners of the country this week.
Top spot goes to Saravana Scorpio from Tamil Nadu for the longest ride. He did a 416 km long ride!
Next up is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu having done a 401 km long ride.
Third is Naazia Farhein from Tamil Nadu, who did a 400 km long ride.
The top 44 have been riding at a seriously impressive pace.
Fastest of the lot is Ashwin Govindasamy from Tamil Nadu who averaged an incredible 38.3 kmph over the week! He was first last week.
Second fastest for the week is Nishant Gugnani from Delhi whose weekly average is a fantastic 36.8 kmph.
Third is Jonas Spinoy from Rajasthan averaging 35 kmph over the week.
Leaderboard: Queen/ King of the Mountain
The climbing leaderboard went to West Bengal! Again!
Climber of the week is Biswadip Nag from West Bengal having climbed 13434 metres. He was first last two weeks as well.
Second is Gobind Dhanda from Haryana who climbed 10779 metres.
Third is Jaya Prakash Narayan from Karnataka, who climbed 10118 metres during the week.
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