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Alan Garvick

Alan Garvick

Boone, NC
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Alan Garvick is a cyclist from Boone, NC. 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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Jan 2014
Jan 2015

Current Month

  • 534.1mi
  • 37h 40m
  • 30,407ft

Recent Achievements

  • 8th overall on Vale Crucis
  • PR on 194 S. Complete
  • PR on 194
  • PR on Poplar Grove Climb (short)


Distance 534.1mi
Time 37h 40m
Elevation Gain 30,407ft
Rides 17


Total Distance 6,795.3mi
Total Time 423h 48m
Total Elev Gain 378,517ft
Total Rides 209

Recent Photos

  • #outsideispee
  • No ride down east is complete without the famous #downtownbrown.
  • Long shadows and long roads on long(ish) rides.
  • For how boring New Bern trails are on a MTB, they are every bit as rad on a CX bike. #cycling #cx #cyclocross #crux #specialized #easternc #chartreuse #bikes #GetOutdoors #OutSideIsFree
  • Pilot spit us out on 221 which we took back to Flannery and Winkler's Creek back to town. Never have I ever been so happy to see this stretch of road. Almost home.
  • Pilot Ridge was steep. Thanks @milesc_hubbard. You did warn us though.
  • We stopped in Gragg to take in this awesome sign and realize how many miles we had left.
  • From Mortimer it was just back up up up the mountain on gravel.
  • Schoolhouse spit us out near Mortimer where we enjoyed a much needed store stop.
  • Schoolhouse ridge, you kind of scared me at parts. #hikeabike
  • After Woodruff there was gravel road to Schoolhouse Ridge which was awesome and fun but at parts unrideable (for @thrifty_gene  and I at least). #gnar
  • Woodruff was steep and wet but parts made it totally worth the dying legs.
  • China took us to Globe rd, some other gravel roads, then finally to Woodruff Ridge where a fork in the trail required a quick check of the map.
  • After some sketchiness and hike-a-bike sections on Thunderhole we got to China Creek and took in some more manageable single track and sweet creek crossings.