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Chris Conley

Chris Conley

Houston, TX
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Chris Conley is a cyclist from Houston, TX. 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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Mar 2014
Jan 2015

Current Month

  • 379.6mi
  • 21h 13m
  • 4,541ft

Recent Achievements

  • KOM on PCC Sandy Point West
  • KOM on Sandy Point Road (East to West)
  • 2nd overall on Sandy Point Road (West to East)
  • 5th overall on CR67 S from Manville


Distance 1,027.1mi
Time 57h 4m
Elevation Gain 18,323ft
Rides 23


Total Distance 10,903.4mi
Total Time 666h 38m
Total Elev Gain 214,272ft
Total Rides 337

Recent Photos

  • Chipseal country roads with Pearland Cycling Club
  • Needed one of these after the Sugar Cycles Wednesday Night Ride...
  • Gravel roads south of Pearland. #rochefort10
  • Men's podium at the Holy Roller Gravel Race. Joey 2nd, Chris 3rd  and Ray was the winner. Very happy to ride in the break with these guys!
  • Bike Barn Champions.  Mike Kuenhel was constantly attacking, and had the legs to back up his bold style. His breakaway to hold off the entire group for the final 5 or 6 miles was seriously impressive... Great job today man.
  • First ride on the #statewheels 58 tubulars... So nice!  Had fun blinding my #sugarcycles  teammates with the  #yellowfluo :)
  • One lane iron bridge
  • Texas Longhorns...
  • Last time, this creek crossing was ankle deep. It rained pretty hard a few days ago, so today the water was all the way up to my waist with a pretty good current too! And COLD!!
  • Just before I started through the leg numbing water... It actually felt kind of nice! :)
  • Lots of German sounding street names out here...
  • This guy at dozens and dozens of old cars sitting around in his field
  • Old oak trees
  • This was the first creek crossing back when it was ankle deep. During the ride today however this crossing was knee deep.