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Measuring the miles

16,028 kilometres – 9959 miles

Distance cycled. So far. My own, reasoned, estimate had been about 10,000 miles. But now I’d got a much more accurate figure from all the GPS fixes I’d collected over the past five hundred or so days.

You’d think there’d be some nifty software to calculate the distances between fixes. But no. Not that I’ve been able to find. Rather, you must devise your own. Or ask your webmaster to help.

Enough statistics. Early morning here in Cairns. Might have to go and do a couple of loops of Cairns. Bag another 41 miles. Hit the magic 10,000.

[With especial thanks to James the webmaster for devising the software to calculate the distance ridden]

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2 responses to “Measuring the miles”

  1. Patrick says:

    Well done Ken. I’m still reading and enjoying, but why have you allowed your blogs to be duplicated on networkedblogs?

  2. admin says:

    Bit of a technical glitch – on the case!

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