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Joshua Rogers

Joshua Rogers

Rocklin, CA
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Joshua Rogers is a cyclist from Rocklin, CA. 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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Apr 2014
Jan 2015

Current Month

  • 52.3mi
  • 3h 39m
  • 3,144ft

Recent Achievements

  • PR on Whitney
  • PR on Pacific - Sunset Blvd to Rocklin Rd
  • PR on EnglishC/BR to ButlerR/EC
  • PR on Butler Road (East)


Distance 854.6mi
Time 57h 17m
Elevation Gain 44,491ft
Rides 38


Total Distance 5,337.3mi
Total Time 364h 15m
Total Elev Gain 287,254ft
Total Rides 255

Recent Photos

  • Rise and grind crew at the Pink Box Donut for Rob's birthday. Happy birthday, Rob!
  • I got home from a short ride to find the playroom full of gym rats.
  • Two of @hannahbellini 's talents are visual arts and gift giving. We are so lucky to have her in our family.
  • The real desert beauty, my darling Valentine. @stacie6 , I love you!
  • I had to be away for a while, but I can definitely see beauty in the desert now.
  • Great having @hotkarate out for some NorCal riding.
  • Worth the spin. Thanks to G and the @missioncycling crew.
  • We could see all the way to Diablo. Stand up guys in the scrum today.
  • So great.
  • Brigham hosting an early morning literature session for his younger brothers.
  • I had only planned on a one hour ride, so I could only hang with these guys for several miles before I had to fade off the back and turn around. Much different from the normal group of three or four guys I ride with. One of the guys said that it is the biggest group ride in the western US. Estimated 1000 riders. I don't know if there were 1000, but it was a huge group.
  • I got overtaken by the biggest group ride ever on my short ride this morning.
  • Sometimes the feeling of unity with your friends hundreds of miles away is the last bit that gets you out of bed.