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Chris Baddick

Chris Baddick

Boulder, Colorado
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Born and raised on Exmoor in the Southwest of England - the best place to ride in the world! I now live in Boulder, Colorado chasing the dream of riding my Mountain Bike as much as I can. I also spend a lot of time in Innsbruck, Austria, and other assorted European mountain towns. I am a tea connoisseur.

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Monthly Activity Distance

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Jul 2013
Jan 2014

Current Month

  • 630.8mi
  • 52h 24m
  • 69,925ft

Recent Achievements


Distance 3,586.1mi
Time 287h 48m
Elevation Gain 414,081ft
Rides 178


Total Distance 14,285.1mi
Total Time 1103h 24m
Total Elev Gain 1,421,749ft
Total Rides 598

Recent Photos

  • This summer is exceeding all expectations.
  • This is Rob. Rob is the most masochistic person I know, and that's saying something. He's won the "rapha rising" challenge on Strava a couple times, but this year he decided to give it a miss so he could climb the height of Everest in one day. He rode a local climb 47 times to gain the 29k feet required. He knows Exmoor inside out, he's a great riding partner.
  • What a day on top of the moor!
  • 25% grade for 25 minutes. Welcome to Exmoor.
  • Towards the top of Dunkery Beacon. 1600 feet straight up from Sea Level
  • Looking down the Doone Valley on the middle of Exmoor.
  • Trevor and Sarah for married in rural Hampshire. We celebrated with a tour of the countryside in the sunshine, followed by beer in the garden.
  • Castle rock in the Valley of Rocks. Kinda wishing I was on my mountain bike instead of in running shoes!
  • Hardly saw anyone walking today - maybe everyone was making the most of the 30 degree weather by sitting on the beach
  • The Exmoor coast. A beautiful day for a 14 mile hike!
  • 16th at my first British national championships. I'm coming back faster next year!
  • This is what 4200 hard miles on a set of @clementcycling strada 28's looks like. I'll be replacing them with the same again.
  • And every bike ride should finish with a dip in the sea!