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Anonymous 2015-01-05 11:45:08 No.768331

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Hi /n/

What is the maximum amount of kilometers a human body can handle cycling in their whole lifetime? I am especially referring to the knees. Lets say the cyclist takes average normal care about his knees. I am talking about the total distance, so every bicycle ride piled up.

100000 kilometer?
200000 kilometer?


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Anonymous 2015-01-05 14:18:47 No.768351
>>>/sci/

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 14:24:30 No.768352
There is no way to measure that because there are too many variables.

So I'm gonna go ahead and say that my post number is the exact number of kilometres that a person should ride in their lifetime. Any less is unacceptable.

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 16:12:44 No.768372
>>768331
Knees are not like tyres or chains. Assuming you are healthy they will regenerate. The only way to fuck this up is by injury, either by accident or by extreme overload.

So, barring stupidity, unfortunate accidents or illness, the only limiting factor is time. I´d say 100km/day is doable over extended period of time, given a few rest days in between. Dedicate your life from 10-80 to cycling, with two rest days/per week, then thats something like 18.000 days of biking.

1.800.000 km

>>768352
post number is weak. casual.

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 16:47:54 No.768378
>In 1938 Billie Fleming (née Bartram) set the women's record for the highest authenticated number of miles covered in a year, namely 29,603.7 miles (47,642.5 km). This still stood in 2014.

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 17:25:54 No.768387
>>768331
The answer to your question is: As much as a person can take. Seriously, there is no answer to your question, everyone's different.

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 18:16:32 No.768392
Over 9000

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 18:19:39 No.768394
Depends if you're riding a diamond frame or a recumbent

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 18:31:31 No.768396
>>768394
What if I'm riding a fixed gear recumbent fatbike in the alps?

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 18:57:59 No.768405
>>768396
about three fiddy miles

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 19:00:57 No.768406
Tommy Goodwin rode over 75,000 miles in one year (about 200 miles a day every day)

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 19:09:41 No.768410
>>768394
elaborate

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 22:15:50 No.768436
>>768406
Dear god. That guy was a monster.

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Anonymous 2015-01-05 22:18:17 No.768437
>>768378
100% qt







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