Talvipäivänseisaus 2020 tulokset

Nimi Maali Matka Reitti Kuvia
_ava_ Tampere 159 km    
Antti Nissinen Tampere 207 km Reitti  
Arto sundström Espoo 278 km Reitti  
Artturi Seppänen Karkkila 207 km Reitti  
DamasTeam Jouko Sipoo 228 km    
Esa Salonen
Tampere 186 km
   
Heikki R Hyvinkää DNF    
Heikki-Juhani Rimpinen
Forssa
174 km
   
Hennu Tampere 159 km    
Hyytinen Pauli Tampere 211 km    
Iida Rahikainen Tampere 204 km Reitti  
Ilpo Lehtinen Tampere DNF    
J-P Stenvall Karjaa 380 km Reitti  
J.J. Vanhanen Helsinki 234 km

Reitti

 
Jaakko Valaskivi Hervanta Tampere 160 km Reitti Kuvia
Jan Espoo/Bemböle 271 km    
Janne Karjalainen Kokkola DNF Reitti  
Jimi Forssa DNF Reitti  
John Lewis Karjaa DNS    
Joonas Olli Tampere 220 km    
Jouko Hakala Kirkkonummi 371 km Reitti Kuvia
Jukka Pekkilä Karkkila 209 km Reitti  
Jussi Mäkelä Saarijärvi DNS    
JyrkiR Vihti 228 km    
JyrkiT Järvenpää 224 km Reitti  
Kalle Kivekäs Espoo 205 km Reitti  
Kalle Salonen Lahti 223 km Reitti  
Kari Eilamo Järvenpää 216 km    
Karri Raatikainen Tampere 190 km Reitti  
Kimmo Laakso Forssa 174 km    
Kimmo R. Nurmijärvi 216 km Reitti  
Kirsi Laakso Forssa 172 km    
Konstantin Zudov Helsinki 315 km Reitti  
Marc Olivier Meunier Lohja 154 km Reitti  
Maria Luosto Tampere 202 km   Kuvia
Markus Salmijärvi Akaa 180 km    
Matthieu Espoo DNS    
Matti Koivuranta Tupos 282 km Reitti  
Matti Pokkinen Tampere 300 km Reitti  
mattia Hämeenlinna 318 km    
Mika Alatalo Helsinki 301 km Reitti  
Mika Härmä Järvenpää 227 km Reitti  
Mikko Vulli Tampere 152 km Reitti Kuvia
Mirja Peltonen Tampere 207 km
Reitti  
Mkpaa Helsinki 289 km Reitti Kuvia
Niklas Andersson Tammisaari 206 km Reitti Kuvia
Olli Korhonen Espoo 401 km Reitti  
Pasi Laaksonen Espoo 200 km Reitti Kuvia
Pasi Miettinen Kouvola 315 km Reitti  
Pekka Ruuti Hämeenlinna 278 km Reitti  
Petri Ahti Espoo DNF Reitti  
Petri Latva-Rasku Tampere 180 km Reitti  
Petri Lintunen Vantaa 262 km Reitti  
Raimo R Pirkkala 185 km Reitti Kuvia
rkm8750 Tampere 185 km   Kuvia
Sami Kivelä Karkkila 208 km Reitti  
Samuli Räisänen Vantaa 251 km    
Simo Peri Kotka 224 km Reitti  
Taavi Tallinn 205 km Reitti  
Tapio Oksanen Helsinki 261 km Reitti  
Tatu E Järvenpää 238 km Reitti  
Tero Niemelä Ilmajoki 300 km Reitti  
Timo Alanen Helsinki 219 km Reitti Kuvia
Tommi Mäkinen Bemböle 210 km Reitti Kuvia
Tommi Nummelin Tampere 158 km Reitti  
Tuomas Äärynen Järvenperä, Espoo 271 km Reitti  
Walto Vihti 233 km Reitti  

 

Talvipäivänseisaus 2020 seuranta

Talvipäivänseisaus pyöräilyn ajetaan 19.-20.12. Matkalla on yhteensä noin 90 pyöräilijää. Tänä vuonna ei ole yhteistä maalipaikkaa vaan kaikki saavat ajaa mihin haluavat.

Seuraa pyöräilijöitä kartalla, #talvipäivänseisaus Twitterissä tai Instagramissa.

Nimimerkki
Maalipaikka
Some
_ava_ Tampere  
Antti Nissinen Tampere  
Artturi Seppänen Karkkila  
Jouko Hakala
Kirkkonummi
 
Hyyman Tampere  
Ilpo Lehtinen Tampere https://twitter.com/feuer__
JaakkoV Tampere https://www.facebook.com/jvalaskivi
Jannekar Kokkola https://www.twitter.com/jannekar
Jouko Luokkala
Sipoo
 
Jukka Pekkilä
Karkkila
 
Kalle Kivekäs Espoo  
Kalle Salonen Lahti  
KapteeniSolisluu
Jokioinen
https://www.instagram.com/kapteenisolisluu/
Konstantin Zudov Helsinki https://instagram.com/wattroll
Maria Luosto
Tampere
https://www.twitter.com/marialuosto
Markus Salmijärvi Tampere  
mattia Hämeenlinna https://www.facebook.com/matti.ainasoja.1
Mikael H Espoo  
mko Tampere  
Mkpaa Helsinki https://www.twitter.com/mkpaa
Olli Korhonen Espoo http://www.facebook.com/SGL.FIN
Pasi Miettinen Kouvola  
rkm8750
Tampere
https://www.facebook.com/Reska.Makela/
Sami Kivelä Karkkila  
Samuli Räisänen
Vantaa
 
Simo Peri Kotka https://instagram.com/simo.peri
Taavi Tallinn https://www.instagram.com/t44vi/
Tapio Oksanen Helsinki  
Timo Helsinki https://www.twitter.com/Timalane
Tuomas Äärynen Espoo  
Ville Väänänen Kaarina  
Walto
Vihti
https://www.instagram.com/halfheartedrandonneur/

Seuraa Vilu 1200 brevettiä

(päivitetty 6.10. 19:37)

Vilun live-seuranta https://www.randonneurs.fi/live/vilu1200/

Nimi Cp5 (459 km 2.10.)
Cp8 (744 km 3.10.)
Cp12 (1000 km 4.10.)
Maali
Antti Hämäläinen
17:50 18:33 12:47 8:50
Antti Pietilä 16:30 15:14 11:35 0:34
Arto Sundström 16:30 15:14 11:35 0:34
Asko Lindén 15:30 12:00 10:47 2:25
Jan Kruse 14:45 12:00 5:19 22:15 (4.10.)
Kim Heikkinen 14:45 13:08 2:30 15:06 (4.10.)
Matti Jutila 14:45 12:00 5:19 22:15 (4.10.)
Mikko Mäkipää 15:20 12:00 9:37 3:13
Mikko Vulli 14:45 16:62 15:22 7:15
Otso Lonka 17:50 18:33 12:47 DNF
Pekka Eronen 14:45 12:00 5:19 22:15 (4.10.)
Reijo Tikka 15:30 12:28 2:54 17:55 (4.10.)
Sampsa Puikkonen
17:50 18:33 12:47 7:15
Vesa Vuori 14:18 13:47 2:08 12:25 (4.10.)

Helsinki-Satakunta-Helsinki 600 km brevet seuranta 2020

(päivitetty 7.6. kello 20:58)

12. Helsinki-Satakunta-Helsinki 600 km brevet alkoi lauantaina 6.7.2020 kello 8:08. Tapahtumaa voi seurata somessa #hsh600, tällä sivulla ja kartalla.

Numero Nimi Control 4 Finish
1 Antti Ahde 23:35 15:10
2 Antti Hämäläinen DNF
3 Antti Pietilä 1:09 15:10
4 Arto Sundström 23:50 18:14
5 Jaakko Kiviranta 1:50 20:05
6 Jan Kruse 23:35 15:10
7 Jyrki Rasinperä 1:09 18:23
8 Kaj Rehnman 1:09 19:30
9 Kimmo Aho 23:45 19:30
10 Kimmo Rasinperä 1:32 18:23
11 Matti Jutila 23:45 16:48
12 Miika Kainu 23:03 17:48
13 Mika Härmä 23:45 16:53
14 Mikko Kainu 23:03 17:48
15 Pasi Ryhänen 0:31 20:22
16 Pekka Eronen 23:45 16:48
17 Pekko Jaatinen 23:45 16:48
18 Pompo Stenberg DNF
19 Sampsa Puikkonen 23:45 19:53
20 Stefan Sirkiä 23:45 16:48
21 Taneli Myllykoski 0:00 18:04
22 Tatu Edelmann DNF
23 Timo Sali 0:15 20:53
24 Mikko Akkola 23:45 16:48

 

Values of the Transcontinental race are good values – and how we cheat

(Updated 9.1.2020 at 20:05)

Disclaimer: Opinions here are my own and should not be mistaken to be anything else. I am not affiliated with the Transcontinental race or related organizations and I am organizing cycling events of my own.

I don’t know how many people read their T-shirts. Considering what kind of T-shirts people usually wear, I think very few do. Hence I don’t know how many have noticed the words ’Autonomy, Integrity, History, Ecology, Creativity, Technology, Community’ in the back of the TcrNo7 T-shirt. The words, excluding ecology and creativity, were first noted in the back of TcrNo5 T-shirt and, for what I know, haven’t been seen elsewhere.

The words are meant to describe the race, each theme being part of what makes it the whole. I’ve participated all the seven races so far. In this post I will try to describe what these words mean to me and why they matter to the Transcontinental race and all unsupported events. I will focus on issues around Rule 2, no 3rd party support, and autonomy. I will not include names in the examples, as I often don’t remember or know them, but some of you may be able to figure them out anyways. I also assume that anyone reading this has some kind of basic idea of what the Tcr is. A bare minimum would be the Transcontinental’s official videos describing race, spirit of the race and rule 2. Enjoy.

Lue loppuun

Talvipäivänseisaus 2019 tulokset

ajelijaTampereDNF (215 km)ReittiKuvat
Antti AhdeTampere261 km

Antti Nissinen alias MyrtillusTampere212 kmReitti
Antti OllilaTampere202 kmReitti

Antti RasinenTampereDNF (124 km)

Antti UusitupaTampere215 kmReittiKuvat
Ari KakkoOulu242 kmReitti
Asko LindénTampereDNF (180 km)Reitti
Atte AhtiTampere


Esa SalonenTampere242km

FuugaTampere235 kmReitti
Heikki KerppiläTampere166 kmReittiKuvat
Heikki R Tampere188 km

Henrik LuukkonenOuluDNF (151 km)Reitti
J-PTampere356 kmReitti
Jaakko LTamperednf

Jaakko ValaskiviTampere166ReittiKuvat
Jarno silvast (jarppi)Tampere221 km

Joel LindholmTamperedns

Joonas A. MäkeläTampereDNF (220 km)

Jorma RaitanenTampereDNS

Jouko LuokkalaTampere177 km

Juha HolmiTampere185 kmReitti
Juha-Petteri Elo (peten)Tampere208 kmReitti
Jussi KyllönenTampere244 kmReittiKuvat
Jyrki TurunenTampereDNF (214 km)Reitti
JyrkiRTampere187 km

Kalle LehtisaloTampere242 kmReitti
Kalle Virtanen Tampere185 km

Kim HeikkinenTampere354 kmReitti
Kimmo AhoTampereDNF (155 km)

Kimmo RasinperäTampere174 kmReitti
Lammy/Matti Kangaspuro Tampere208 kmReitti
Lauri LaineTampere242 kmReitti
Leo HätönenTampereDNS

Maria LuostoTampere212 km

MarkusATampere251 km

Marno HanttuTampere216 kmReitti
Matti JutilaTampereDns

Matti KoivurantaOulu242 kmReitti
Matti LupariOulu245 kmReitti
Matti P.TampereDns

Mauri KonttilaTampere320 kmReitti
Miika KainuTampere280 km

Mika HärmäTampereDNF (221 km)Reitti
Mika Similä Tampere188 km

Mikael LuukkonenOuluDNF (153 km)

Mikko MäkipääTampere266 kmReittiKuvat
Minna TakalaTampere166 km

missileTampere242 kmReittiKuvat
Niko TanskaTampere233 kmReitti
Pasi AhoTampere222 km

patrik appelOulu159 km

Petri AhtiTampere225 kmReitti
Petri Latva-Rasku Tampere242 kmReitti
Petri LietzenTampere243 km

Saku KorhonenTampereDNS

Sami JokinenOulu242 kmReittiKuvat
Sami MartiskainenTampere354 kmReitti
Sami Pusa Tampere202 kmReitti
Sampsa PuikkonenTampere164 kmReitti
Samuli Mäkinen Tampere354 kmReitti
Samuli Räisänen (TeamDamas)Tampere177 km

Tapio-T Vintage Velo RandonneurTampereDns

Tatu ETampereDNF (214 km)Reitti
Teemu KulmalaTampere251 kmReitti
TeemuHTampere190 km

Tero LinnanenTampere234 km

Tero NiemeläOuludns

Timo JahnukainenTamperednsReitti
Timo KärjäOuluDNS

Timo SaliTampere238 km

Tommi NummelinTampere158 kmReitti
Toni MahilainenTampere223 kmReitti
Tuomas VaaralaOulu162 kmReittiKuvat
Tuomo LempiäinenTampere235 kmReittiKuvat
VenniTampere200 km

Vesa-Pekka TuomaalaTampere167 kmReitti

Seuraa Transcontinental racea 2019 #tcrno7

Transcontinental race 2019 #tcrno7 ajetaan Burgasista (Bulgaria) Brestiin (Ranska). Kontrollit ovat Bulgariassa, Serbiassa, Italiassa (osa reitistä Itävallassa) ja Ranskassa. Tapahtuma alkaa lauantaina 27.7. Mukana on neljä suomalaista.

Reitin pituus on noin 4000 km ja aikaa on 15 päivää ja 17 tuntia. Osallistujia on noin 300, joista suurin osa ajaa yksin ja noin 30 pareina. Osallistujat ajavat ilman ulkopuolista apua eli myös seuraajien internetissä antama apu on kielletty. Kannustaa saa, mutta osallistujille ei saa antaa apua tai tietoa, joka voisi vaikuttaa suoritukseen.

Suomalaiset osallistujat:

Tapahtuman etenemistä voi seurata (esimerkiksi) livenä, tapahtuman sivulla, Dotwatchersissa, Instagramissa tai Twitterissä.

Seuraamisessa kiinnostavia asioita ovat esimerkiksi kalusto- ja reittivalinnat. Lisäksi seurattavaa riittää ylipäätään siitä miten eri tavoin osallistujat lähtevät ajamaan Euroopan halki ilman ulkopuolista apua.

Transcontinental race 2019 – complete kit list

Same old story. Another year, another Transcontinental race and another kit list. Much the same, but quite a bit new too. I recommend you also read my previous entries from 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014 as I will refer to them. For a few more photos from this year check this link.

Over all it is the same old frankenbike. Tunturi F500 hybrid frame from 2003 with very few original parts. In a real frankenbike fashion it now has different pair of brake pads (Swisstop stopped making old V-brake model and I had one pair left) and, again, different quick releases.

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The basics are SON hub dynamo, Powertap rear hub, Campagnolo/Shimano mix of 10 speed 50/34 cranks and 12-30 cassette. Tires are new 28 mm GP 5000s.

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Lights are B&M IQ-X and Sinewave beacon. Also Lupine Piko as backup for downhills and gravely sections. Once again GoPro for downhills and other sections where I prefer not to stop or slow down for photos or videos.

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Tail lights are 2 B&M Seculas and for blinding people also a Niterider solas.

There were quite a bit of changes from last year in terms of bags. Carradice saddlebag, Missgrape top tube bag and Apidura food pouch are old, but all the other are different. The frame really can’t fit any proper frame bag so I switched back to Deuter’s that leaves full access to water bottles. Or so I thought. Their model had changed since the last one and the (permanent) attachment strap happens to be at exactly same position with Missgrape top tube pack’s. Good enough, but looks a bit silly. I switched Alpkit accessory bag to Apidura’s fork bag as I happen to have plenty of space for everything this year. This bag rubs my feet a little less while pedaling and doesn’t add extra bulk. The new Apidura handlebar bag limits usage of handlebar a bit, but I kind of got used to using the aerobars and handlebars while climbing last year. It is mostly for food as the side pockets are easy to access on the go.

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The dashboard had changed a bit with higher mounts for the aerobars. This time I have the remotes in place where they are, relatively, easy to access from aero position and while climbing with hands on the aero pads.

Symmetry is slightly better than last year.

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I did quite a few changes to wirings. I remade all the connectors, wired lights in parallel and did quick release for the dynamo. Now I can use 0, 1 or 2 headlights and 0, 1 or 2 tail lights without doing any changes to wiring even though I lose a bit of the maximum light brightness. Both lights also have full length cables so that they can be easily attached directly to dynamo in case there are problems with the connectors.

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Equipment on me has mostly been replenished since last year. New shoes as the old ones broke at Silk road. The new Fiziks don’t have any grip in the sole so I need to be extra careful when getting on the bike, but otherwise they are fine. Assos stopped making red gloves so I had to get white gloves even though I don’t think I fill finish with white gloves. Short sleeve merino jersey with PBP print this year so I had to pack arm warmers for the first time since 2015.

I’m using Polar Vantage M with optical heart rate monitor this time. Hence I don’t have a HR strap and Vantage’s battery life appears to be suitable for the purpose.

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The Restrap tech bag happened to be exactly the right size for my charging equipment. Easy haptic feedback that I remembered to pack it and easy access as I will take them with me to nearly every significant stop. 3 micro-usb cables, usb-c cab, Lupine usb accessories and Vantage cable. 2 2x usb chargers so I can charge 4+ devices at once.

Also spare batteries and Powertap opener are in tech bag for easy access as I will eventually need them.

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In the Apidura handlebar bag I have handsfree for listening to music and its pouch that can also be used for cleaning glasses and camera lenses. On the other side are cables and extra batteries that are needed while on the bike. Sinewave usb support cable and also a bit longer micro-usb and usb-c cables.
The larger compartment fits my ”civil” clothes.

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The top tube bag has a spork and working glove, but most of it is used either for food or as a trashcan.

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In the Deuter frame bag are the most likely needed extra clothes. Full finger gloves, toe warmers, merino buff and knee warmers.

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More rarely needed spare clothes are in the Carradice bag. Long sleeve windstopper jersey, spare bibs and a pair of socks.

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Also in the Carradice bag are some hygiene products and toilet paper. Also some plaster. This year I also did the ultimate weight save and cut my toothbrush.

Shampoo will again be used as a full body wash and for cleaning my clothes.

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Still going through the Carradice main compartment. There are the required tools and spare parts. Much the same as last year. 2 spare tubes and tube repair kit. Multitool with added chain links and hollowtech tool. Btw. the Topeak chain tool’s ends also work as a presta valve core opening/closing tool. Just in case you didn’t know.

A new cleat, derailleur hanger, cable ties, spokes (are in the bag’s wooden support), nipples, tape and spare cables. For some crazy reason Mucoff doesn’t sell those tiny chain oil tubes, but does give them away for free.

My spare outer tire is this time under the saddlebag.

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Some electrical spares are also in the Carradice bag and hopefully this pouch never needs to be opened. Spare Garmin, small power bank, spare phone and spare Lupine usb accessories.

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In the left pocket of Carradice are chamois cream, sun screen, hand disinfectant and camera stand.

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In the right pocket of Carradice are reflective vest, packable backpack and Petzl Tikka 2 xp headlight. Same as always.

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In the Apidura pouch under the saddlebag is the sleeping gear. A small strip of 4x bubble wrap and a emergency blanket.