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Tobias Holgers

Tobias Holgers

Seattle, WA
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Tobias Holgers is a cyclist from Seattle, WA. Join Strava to track your activities, analyze your performance, and follow friends. Strava members can plan routes, participate in motivating challenges, and join clubs. Get started by signing up for free.

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Monthly Activity Distance

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Current Month

  • 903.1mi
    DISTANCE
  • 51h 6m
    TIME
  • 50,322ft
    ELEVATION

Recent Achievements

  • PR on Magnolia CW - Interbay to Emerson
  • PR on Magnolia Thorndyke Hill
  • PR on Emerson to Dravus
  • PR on Emerson Bump

Year-to-Date

Cycling
Distance 6,044.6mi
Time 346h 19m
Elevation Gain 307,290ft
Rides 164

All-Time

Cycling
Total Distance 24,838.5mi
Total Time 1425h 32m
Total Elev Gain 1,247,306ft
Total Rides 727

Recent Photos

  • Magnolia and Discovery park ride. Tenthed & done. #thirdofthetour #tenthofthetour
  • Magnolia and Discovery park ride. Tenthed & done. #thirdofthetour #tenthofthetour
  • Historic brick road somewhere in Redmond. OK I'll obey, sign says I have to do 25 mph. #brickworkout
  • Haiku loop. Up in the Maui highlands. Beautiful road down Baked On Maui, which I loved.
  • Birthday pie ride! Doing the small things.
  • Sunday cruise with HPC. I now have a donut deficiency.
  • Pre-game climbing in the January drizzle. I wish I got a picture of yesterday's hard climb up Squak into the backlit fog - looked like heaven but felt like hell.
  • 2pm sunset. #festive500
  • Sheep company during my tubeless flat fixing. Easier than expected when the goop is dry,  after a year of no flat Reminder to change it more often.
  • Spot the Zebra.
  • Entering the 21st century. First ride on new Parlee Z5 SLi, Campagnolo of course.
  • Swedish ride food #1. The cinnamon bun.
  • Swedish ball bearings from the Ice Age are tougher than Belgian cobbles. Wishing for cobbles right now.