See you have the same problem with the Edge 800 elevation in the wet, can fix it by uploading to Garmin Connect, Enable Elevation correction in the Additional Information panel on the left of the ride review page. Export as a .tcx to your desktop and then upload to Strava.... sounds more time consuming than it is and I'd rater be out riding too but may come in handy if a Queen stage comes out looking like a sprinters day.
Or befriend a strava support gal....you're all set Ted!
Umm, I don't even know what we're talking about... but thanks Elle! You're the best. Maybe see you in the next few days.
It's just that your elevation was under-represented because the wicked wetness messed with your barometric altimeter, so I corrected the elevation.
Yes, I really hope to see you soon!
Crikey, that's some amount of ups and downs.
Sorry to hear you'll be leaving NH, Ted. Nice tour and inspiration to those of us who follow you from your home state. Good luck in CA.
Fellow New Englander living in exile (CA) eagerly awaiting your arrival... Tour of California in T-Minus 12 days...
TED - It was great to get a chance to meet you during your coffee stop! Best of luck in the tour of Cali!
To Elle - looks like you were the one who helped me resolve an issue a while back on Strava, too. You rock (including on the bike from what I see)!
Cheering for you, Ted. Be Safe, Ride Hard!
Any chance we can have you ride OLH hard once while you are in NorCal? Both you and Juan Pelota rode it super easy...It's our benchmark climb. Everyone knows their time up it, and people speculate daily on how it would compare to the pros. I know you aren't Pantani, but it would still be really useful to have a barometer of what a pro going hard would do (instead of having to simply speculate using VAMs).
What is OLH?
Old La Honda. Here's the segment. Strava record is 14:42. You climbed it with the Stanford team when you were last out here if I remember correctly (in 18:39).