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      Week 11 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 16th August 2020.

      Club Stats. 358 members collectively rode 41334 km in 1010 rides, climbing 207015 metres in 2004 hours!

      The number of members are up by 22 as compared to last week. All the stats are up from last week as everyone rode their heart out on Independence Day! This is the first time that the CyclingMonks group crossed 1000 rides in a week and 2000 hours of riding.

      Kudos to all these fantastic people…

      Leaderboard: Overall

      Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab was once again top of the charts. He has been in the first couple of positions for the last 7 weeks! He rode a mind boggling 1268 km, just 20 km less than last week.

      In second place is once again Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu who rode 912 km in the week. Once again he impressively clocked this mileage at an average speed of 30 kmph!

      Third spot is taken by Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu. He rode 830 km. He did a whopping 400 km ride in 12 hours as part of the Irregulars Independence Day race.

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

      Leaderboard: Women

      Among the women in the club, Pradnya Ajagar from Maharashtra was once again at the top and in 19th place overall, riding a massive 349 km this week.

      In second place is Simmy Pardal from Uttarakhand, with 244 km under her belt for the week. She is 52nd overall.

      In third place is Ketaki Agtey Sathe from Maharashtra,  with 174 km to her name. She is 100th overall.

      There are 3 women in the top 100 this week, up 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 Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu for the longest ride. He did an incredible 405 km long ride!

      Next up is Sudharshana DT from Karnataka having done a mammoth 307 km ride.

      Third is Sagar Shirbhate from Maharashtra, who did a 201.5 km long ride. Just 600 metres more than the cyclist in 4th!

      Leaderboard: Fastest

      The top 3 have been riding at some serious pace…

      Fastest of the lot is Rakesh Kumar Pawan from Bihar who averaged an incredible 35.5 kmph.

      Second fastest for the week is Anirudh Rangarajan from Maharashtra whose weekly average is 32.6 kmph.

      Third is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu averaging 32.5 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 Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu having climbed 5940 metres. An incredible amount. He is back at the top of the leaderboard.

      Second is Joel Sundaram from Tamil Nadu. He climbed 4837 metres this week. He has been KOM on many weeks.

      Third is Sam Solomon from Karnataka, he climbed 3568 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 12 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 23rd August 2020.

        Club Stats. 365 members collectively rode 37226 km in 965 rides, climbing 198821 metres in 1787 hours!

        The number of members are up by 7 as compared to last week. All the stats are DOWN from last week as everyone rode much less this week!

        Kudos to all these fantastic people…

        Leaderboard: Overall

        Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab was once again top of the charts. He has been in the first couple of positions for the last 8 weeks! He rode a mind boggling 1458 km. This is the highest mileage recorded in a week on the CyclingMonks leaderboard ever.

        In second place is once again Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu who rode 800 km in the week. Once again he impressively clocked this mileage at an average speed of 30 kmph!

        Third spot is taken by Sanjay Sharma from Rajasthan. He rode 638 km.

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

        Leaderboard: Women

        Among the women in the club, Garima Takyar from Haryana was once again at the top and in 72nd place overall, riding an impressive 186 km this week.

        In second place is Alexina Correya from Kerala, with a solid 149 km under her belt for the week. She is 99th 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 Bhargab Saikia from Assam for the longest ride. He did an incredible 303 km long ride!

        Next up is Shivam Singh from Haryana having done a mammoth 277 km ride.

        Third is Vishal Pareek from Rajasthan, who did a 231 km long ride.

        Leaderboard: Fastest

        The top 3 have been riding at some decent pace…

        Fastest of the lot is Jateen Joshi from Maharashtra who averaged an incredible 32.7 kmph on his 180 km ride!

        Second fastest for the week is Sankalp Thorat from Maharashtra whose weekly average is an identical 32.7 kmph.

        Third is Garima Takyar from Haryana averaging 32.5 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 Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu having climbed 7311 metres. An incredible amount. He was KOM last week as well.

        Second is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu. He climbed 5280 metres this week.

        Third is Joel Sundaram from Tamil Nadu, he climbed 3845 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 13 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 30th August 2020.

          Club Stats. 382 members collectively rode 42193 km in 1095 rides, climbing 231740 metres in 2021 hours!

          The number of members are up by 17 as compared to last week. The week saw more than a 1000 rides again and 2000+ hours of saddle time. Good mileage by club members!

          Kudos to all these fantastic people…

          Leaderboard: Overall

          Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab was once again top of the charts. He has been in the first couple of positions for the last 9 weeks! He rode 1107 km. An incredible amount, even though it was 300 km less than the previous week.

          In second place is once again Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu who rode 863 km in the week. Once again he impressively clocked this mileage at an average speed of 30+ kmph!

          Third spot is taken by Sanjay Sharma from Rajasthan. He rode 682 km. This is the second week in which he has been at the third spot.

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

          Leaderboard: Women

          This week there were NO women in the top 100!

          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 Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab for the longest ride. He did an incredible 322 km long ride!

          Next up is Harsimran Singh from Karnataka having done a mammoth 206 km ride.

          Third is Kchinmay Krishna from Telangana, who did a 200.2 km long ride.

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

          Leaderboard: Fastest

          The top 3 have been riding at some decent pace…

          Fastest of the lot is professional racer, Aditya Malhotra from Delhi who averaged an incredible 36.7 kmph over the week! That is FAST considering he rode 458 km.

          Second fastest for the week is Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu whose weekly average is an incredible 30.9 kmph. Impressive because of the 800+ km he clocks every week.

          Third is Mayur Bathija from Karnataka averaging 30.0 kmph over the week. This included his ride at Bangalore’s second ISO ITT.

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

          Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

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

          Climber of the week is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu having climbed 5705 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 14 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 6th September 2020.

            Club Stats. 399 members collectively rode 42956 km in 1140 rides, climbing 239622 metres in 2033 hours!

            The number of members are up by 17 as compared to last week. The week saw more than a 1000 rides again and 2000+ hours of saddle time. All the stats were up marginally in comparison to last week. Good mileage by club members!

            Kudos to all these fantastic people…

            Leaderboard: Overall

            Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab was once again top of the charts. He has been in the first couple of positions for the last 10 weeks! He rode 1385 km. Almost 200 km a day.

            In second place is once again Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu who rode 863 km in the week. Once again he impressively clocked this mileage at an average speed of  almost 30 kmph!

            Third spot is taken by Rakesh Kumar Pawan from Bihar. He rode 610 km.

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

            Leaderboard: Women

            Riya Khatkar from Chandigarh was top of the charts this week. Riding a commendable 256 km. She is 51st overall.

            Next up is Garima Takyar from Haryana. Who not only rode 210 km, but also did it at am amazing pace. She is 71st overall.

            Third is Kavitha Narayan from Karnataka, who rode 202 km. Making sure that all three top women were riding 200+ km. Incredible performances. She is 78th overall.

            There are 5 women in the top 100 this week, up by 5 in comparison 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 Kapil Sharma from Maharashtra for the longest ride. He did a mind boggling  508.5 km long ride!

            Next up is Raikom Enghi from Assam having done a mammoth 321.8 km ride.

            Third is Manmohan Singh from Punjab, who did a 226.6 km long ride.

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

            Leaderboard: Fastest

            The top 3 have been riding at some impressive pace…

            Fastest of the lot is the super cool, Garima Takyar from Haryana who averaged an incredible 33.3 kmph over the week! That is FAST considering she rode 210 km.

            Second fastest for the week is Mayur Bathija from Karnataka whose weekly average is an incredible 31.7 kmph. Solid pace considering he has done some decent amount of climbing as well. Last week he was third, he has improved by one position.

            Third is Manav Chandwani from Gujarat averaging 31.4 kmph over the week.

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

            Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

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

            Climber of the week is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu having climbed 7375 metres. He took the KOM last week as well.

            *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 15 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 13th September 2020.

              Club Stats. 417 members collectively rode 40992 km in 1088 rides, climbing 224285 metres in 1944 hours!

              The number of members are up by 18 as compared to last week. The week saw more than a 1000 rides again and almost 2000 hours of saddle time. Good mileage by club members!

              Kudos to all these fantastic people…

              Leaderboard: Overall

              Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab was once again top of the charts. He has been in the first couple of positions for the last 11 weeks! He rode an insane 1612 km. More than 200 km a day.

              In second place is new entrant to this lofty position Satyam Singh from Tripura who rode 842 km in the week. Impressive mileage!

              Third spot is taken by Subu Narayanan from Tamil Nadu. He rode 777 km at an incredible 31 kmph!

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

              Leaderboard: Women

              Kavitha Narayan from Karnataka was top of the charts this week. Riding an incredible 389 km. She is 19th overall. She was 3rd last week.

              Next up is Riya Khatkar from Chandigarh. Who rode an amazing 334 km. She was first last week. She is 30th overall.

              Third is Garima Takyar from Haryana, who rode 200 km. Making sure that all three top women were riding 200+ km. Incredible performance by her as she did this at 31+ kmph. She is 78th overall and was second last week.

              There are 3 women in the top 100 this week, down by 2 in comparison 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 Mayank Tripathi from Canada for the longest ride. He did a fantastic 313.6 km long ride!

              Next up is Satyam Singh from Tripura having done a mammoth 309.9 km ride. Just a handful of kilometres from the top spot.

              Third is Ashish Borkar from Maharashtra, who did a 173.2 km long ride.

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

              Leaderboard: Fastest

              The top 3 have been riding at a seriously impressive pace…

              Fastest of the lot is Sumit Patil from Maharashtra who averaged an incredible 35.4 kmph over the week! That is FAST considering he rode 200+ km.

              Second fastest for the week is Satvik Gupta from Haryana whose weekly average is an incredible 33.6 kmph.

              Third is, the flying lady, Garima Takyar from Haryana averaging 31.6 kmph over the week.

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

              Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

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

              Climber of the week is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu having climbed 7139 metres. He took the KOM last week couple of weeks as well.

              *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 16 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 20th September 2020.

                Club Stats. 431 members collectively rode 43762 km in 1167 rides, climbing 259192 metres in 2095 hours!

                The number of members are up by 14 as compared to last week. The week saw more than a 1100 rides and 2000 hours of saddle time.  The total mileage and elevation is also up. Good mileage by club members!

                Kudos to all these fantastic people…

                Leaderboard: Overall

                Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab was once again top of the charts. He has been in the first couple of positions for the last 12 weeks! He rode an insane 1376 km. Almost 200 km a day.

                In second place is Rakesh Kumar Singh from Bihar who rode 656 km in the week.

                Third spot is taken by Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu. He rode 585 km which included a mammoth virtual everesting as well!

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

                Leaderboard: Women

                Kavitha Narayan from Karnataka was top of the charts this week and was top lady last week as well. Riding an incredible 267 km. She is 48th overall.

                Next up is Tara Jayaraman from Karnataka. Who rode an impressive 207 km. She is a new entrant to the top. She is 82nd overall.

                Third is Urmi Das from West Bengal, who rode 180 km. She is 92nd overall.

                There are 3 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!

                Top spot goes to Om Hitendra Mahajan from Maharashtra for the longest ride. He did a fantastic 386 km long ride!

                Next up is Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab having done a mammoth 352.3 km ride.

                Third is Sahil Raul from Odisha, who did a 257.5 km long ride. First time that Odisha has been on the leaderboard.

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

                Leaderboard: Fastest

                The top 3 have been riding at a seriously impressive pace…

                Fastest of the lot is once again Sumit Patil from Maharashtra who averaged an incredible 36.1 kmph over the week! That is FAST.

                Second fastest for the week is Aditya Malhotra from Delhi whose weekly average is an incredible 32.2 kmph, which included a win in Delhi’s road race.

                Third is, Satvik Gupta from Haryana averaging 31.9 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 Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu having climbed 9557 metres. He took the KOM last three weeks as well.

                Second is Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu with 7611 metres to his name in the Nilgiris.

                Third is Joel Sundaram from Tamil Nadu who climbed 4992 metres in Ooty.

                *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 17 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 27th September 2020.

                  Club Stats. 448 members collectively rode 41381 km in 1077 rides, climbing 229761 metres in 1948 hours!

                  The number of members are up by 17 as compared to last week. The week saw everyone collectively ride less, with number of rides, total distance, time spent on the saddle and elevation gained down substantially as compared to last week.

                  Kudos to all the riders who have been working hard on their saddles…

                  Leaderboard: Overall

                  Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab was once again top of the charts. He has been in the first couple of positions for the last 13 weeks! He rode an incredible 909 km. Down from the previous two weeks, but impressive nonetheless.

                  In second place is Utkarsh Verma from Uttar Pradesh who rode 801 km in the week.

                  Third spot is taken by Sagar Shirbate from Maharashtra. He rode 610 km.

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

                  Leaderboard: Women

                  Alexina Correya from Kerala was top of the charts this week. Riding an incredible 316 km. She is 34th overall.

                  Next up is Stanzin Tselha from Ladakh. Who rode an impressive 171 km. She is a new entrant to the top. Impressive mileage considering she is riding in the big mountains. She is 90th overall.

                  Third is Tara Jayaraman from Karnataka, who rode 160 km. She is 96th overall. Last week she was 2nd.

                  There are 4 women in the top 100 this week, one more than 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 Mohammed Fazil from Karnataka for the longest ride. He did a fantastic 307.9 km long ride!

                  Next up is Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab having done a mammoth 302.2 km ride.

                  Third is Faizy Ozil from Kerala, who did a 269.3 km long ride.

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

                  Leaderboard: Fastest

                  The top 3 have been riding at a seriously impressive pace while clocking incredible mileage.

                  Fastest of the lot is Aditya Malhotra from Delhi who averaged a scorching 37.1 kmph over the week! That is FAST. He was second fastest last week. This was part of his win in a community race in NCR.

                  Second fastest for the week is Satvik Gupta from Haryana whose weekly average is an incredible 35 kmph. He was 3rd last week.

                  Third is, Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu averaging 34.6 kmph over the week.

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

                  Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

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

                  Climber of the week is Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu having climbed 8993 metres. He is back at the top after a few weeks. Last week he was second.

                  *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 18 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 4th September 2020.

                    Club Stats. 466 members collectively rode 47549 km in 1181 rides, climbing 265233 metres in 2238 hours!

                    The number of members are up by 18 as compared to last week. The week saw everyone collectively ride more, with number of rides, total distance, time spent on the saddle and elevation gained up substantially as compared to last week.

                    Kudos to all the riders who have been working hard on their saddles…

                    Leaderboard: Overall

                    Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab was once again top of the charts. He has been in the first couple of positions for the last 14 weeks! He rode an incredible 762 km. Down from the previous three weeks, but impressive nonetheless.

                    In second place is Dheeraj Narsian from New Delhi who rode 693 km in the week.

                    Third spot is taken by Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu. He rode 599 km.

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

                    Leaderboard: Women

                    Lorraine D’Costa from Kerala was top of the charts this week. Riding an incredible 519 km. She is 11th overall.

                    Next up is Tara Jayaraman from Karnataka. Who rode an impressive 197 km. She is 91st overall and was 3rd last week.

                    Third is Urmi Das from West Bengal, who rode 196 km. She is 94th overall.

                    There are 3 women in the top 100 this week, one less than 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! The top 10 all did 200+ km rides…

                    Top spot goes to Ripunjay Gogoi from Assam for the longest ride. He did a fantastic 308.8 km long ride! This was part of the Guwahati Randonneurs Brevet

                    Next up is Hemabh Choudhary from Assam having done a 303 km ride.

                    Third is Geevan Lal from Kerala, who did a 300.4 km long ride.

                    The top 3 are all triple centurions!

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

                    Leaderboard: Fastest

                    The top 3 have been riding at a seriously impressive pace while clocking incredible mileage. Its the same boys as last week, with just the order shaken up!

                    Fastest of the lot is Satvik Gupta from Haryana who averaged an incredible 35.2 kmph over the week! That is FAST. He was second fastest last week. This was part of doing a 100 miler ride.

                    Second fastest for the week is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu whose weekly average is an incredible 34.4 kmph. He was 3rd last week.

                    Third is, Aditya Malhotra from Delhi averaging 33.4 kmph over the week.

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

                    Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

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

                    Climber of the week is Joel Sundaram from Tamil Nadu having climbed 4561 metres. He is back at the top after a few weeks.

                    *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 19 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 11th October 2020.

                      Club Stats. 477 members collectively rode 48599 km in 1267 rides, climbing 269513 metres in 2282 hours!

                      The number of members are up by 11 as compared to last week. The week saw everyone collectively ride more, with number of rides, total distance, time spent on the saddle and elevation gained up marginally as compared to last week.

                      You needed to ride at least 190 km in the week to be in the top 100…Incredible!

                      Kudos to all the riders who have been working hard on their saddles…

                      Leaderboard: Overall

                      After a long time, this leaderboard has seen a shakeup in proceedings.

                      Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu was top of the charts. He rode an incredible 799 km. Numbers in line with his endurance racing. He was 3rd last week.

                      In second place is Sagar Shirbhate from Maharashtra who rode 792 km in the week. Just a handful of kilometres less than 1st place.

                      Third spot is taken by Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab. He rode 687 km. After 14 weeks of being in the top 2, he has finally been deposed. Nonetheless, an incredibly impressive mileage by him.

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

                      Leaderboard: Women

                      Garima Takyar from Haryana was top of the charts this week. Riding 217 km. She is 73rd overall and has been fast throughout the week.

                      Next up is Tara Jayaraman from Karnataka. Who rode an impressive 211 km. She is 79th overall and was 2nd last week as well.

                      There are 2 women in the top 100 this week, one less than 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! The top 10 all did 200+ km rides…

                      Top spot goes to Avinash Noronha from Uttar Pradesh for the longest ride. He did 481.8 km long ride!

                      Next up is Rahul S Nadig from Karnataka having done a 302.6 km ride.

                      Third is Bharat Bhushan Goyal from Punjab, who did a 300.8 km long ride.

                      The top 3 are all triple centurions!

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

                      Leaderboard: Fastest

                      The top 3 have been riding at a seriously impressive pace while clocking incredible mileage.

                      Fastest of the lot is Mayank Tripathi from Canada who averaged an incredible 37.5 kmph over the week! That is FAST.

                      Second fastest for the week is Satvik Gupta from Haryana whose weekly average is an incredible 35.9 kmph. He was 1st last week.

                      Third is Garima Takyar from Haryana averaging 34 kmph over the week.

                      Narendra Mehra’s ride has not been considered, since it has GPS errors while recording. Ride can be viewed here: https://www.strava.com/activities/4162843328

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

                      Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

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

                      Climber of the week is Joel Sundaram from Tamil Nadu having climbed 6630 metres. He was top man last week as well.

                      Second is fellow Ooty boy, Imaad Sait from Tamil Nadu who climbed 6217 metres.

                      Third is Sagar Shirbhate from Maharashtra, who climbed 5858 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 20 Update of the Cycling Monks Strava Group. Week ending 18th October 2020.

                        Club Stats. 489 members collectively rode 47400 km in 1182 rides, climbing 265231 metres in 2199 hours!

                        The number of members are up by 12 as compared to last week. The week saw everyone collectively ride LESS, with number of rides, total distance, time spent on the saddle and elevation gained down marginally as compared to last week.

                        Kudos to all the riders who have been working hard on their saddles…

                        Leaderboard: Overall

                        After a long time, this leaderboard has seen a shakeup in proceedings. The top 2 swapping positions as compared to last week.

                        Sagar Shirbhate from Maharashtra was top of the charts. He rode an incredible 749 km. He was 2nd last week.

                        In second place is Shun Athi from Tamil Nadu who rode 744 km in the week. Just a handful of kilometres less than 1st place.

                        Third spot is taken by Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab. He rode 661 km. An incredibly impressive mileage by him, though significantly less than his previous best.

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

                        Leaderboard: Women

                        Lorraine D’Costa from Kerala was top of the charts this week. Riding a whopping 599 km. She is 5th overall.

                        Next up is Garima Takyar from Haryana. Who rode an impressive 239 km. She is 65th overall and was 1st last week.

                        Third is Urmi Das from West Bengal who rode 215 km on her single speed cycle. She is 70th overall.

                        There are 4 women in the top 100 this week, two more than 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! The top 10 all did 200+ km rides…

                        Top spot goes to Bharat Bhushan Goyal from Punjab for the longest ride. He did 407 km long ride! He was 3rd last week.

                        Next up is Deepak Talekar from Maharashtra having done a 364 km long ride.

                        Third is Sukhwinder Singh from Punjab, who did a 302 km long ride.

                        The top 3 are all triple centurions!

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

                        Leaderboard: Fastest

                        The top 3 have been riding at a seriously impressive pace while clocking incredible mileage.

                        Fastest of the lot is Mayank Tripathi from Canada who averaged an incredible 39 kmph over the week! That is FAST.

                        Second fastest for the week is Aditya Malhotra from Delhi whose weekly average is an incredible 37.3 kmph. He is back after spending a week in the mountains climbing.

                        Third is Divyam Patel from Canada averaging 33.5 kmph over the week.

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

                        Leaderboard: King/ Queen of the Mountain

                        Tamil Nadu has finally lost top spot in the climbing category this week.

                        Climber of the week is Sagar Shirbhate from Maharashtra having climbed 6269 metres. He was third last week.

                        Second is Lorraine D’Costa from Kerala who climbed 5531 metres.

                        Third is Anand Kapil from Haryana, who climbed 4881 metres during the week. He is currently cycling from Haridwar to Uttarkashi.

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