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Fergus Liam

Fergus Liam

San Francisco, CA
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Fergus Liam is a cyclist from San Francisco, 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.

Monthly Activity Distance

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  • 1050
Apr 2013
Jan 2014

Current Month

  • 157.6mi
  • 8h 35m
  • 4,852ft

Recent Achievements

  • PR on Old Race Track Path (North)
  • PR on Millbrae Hotel Row - North Bound
  • PR on Pacific Sprint (North)
  • PR on Port Sprints Lap


Distance 852.6mi
Time 63h 22m
Elevation Gain 34,669ft
Rides 27


Total Distance 13,026.6mi
Total Time 867h 58m
Total Elev Gain 621,332ft
Total Rides 380

Recent Photos

  • Date night
  • I didn't want to race today, but Jeromy talked me into it. I spent both the 2/3 & P/1/2 crits chasing and trying to get into breaks; it seems that it's always the one when I'm most tired that sticks and can't counter. 
Despite feeling out of shape and fighting some kind of bronchial issue I felt good and managed a decent placing even without team support. 
Let's hope this is just a subtle step forward for my fitness and racing this season.
  • Caught lurkin'.
  • Took the boys to the first Early Bird Crit of the season. Feels like yesterday when I did these.
  • Last day of the #Festive500 . I made to every ride and by the end of today clocked about 800km. More than anything, it was the miles shared with friends and the laughs we had while riding our brains out. Here's to a great coming year and more miles ahead.
  • Recovery beer. 
Post @kingkognyc #Festive500
  • Well worth the 200km there and back.
  • One of our more epic monuments during the King Kog presented Festive 500 ride.
  • This kid just ride away from me on San Bruno like it was nothing. 
I think he's ready to crush the hill climb on New Years.
  • I grew up following my brother's footsteps- more accurately, his tire tracks. We rode single track on rigid steel mountain bikes in the 90's near where we grew up, as well as the Bay & Santa Cruz. In adulthood, I got into track and road racing, and probably won't own a Mtn or CX bike anytime soon. However, recently, I've been riding more and more mixed terrain and single track on my Falconer, a steel road bike. My goofy roadie handling on these trails makes me feel like a kid, trying to chase his older brother down.
  • AG surveying the view. 
We rode out together from SF; in Pacifica I wanted to explore an alternative route to Devil's Slide. We were stopped by this view. Below, a cropping of bungalows with no visable road accesses. A laborer was climbing up and down the steps, carrying cinder blocks down in fours.
We didn't find the alternate route I had hoped for, but this moment felt pricless and worth it.
  • I never took the bike path through Sam P T, before. This was shortly before it got way epic.