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Dave Borowitz

Dave Borowitz

San Francisco, CA
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Dave Borowitz 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.

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Monthly Activity Distance

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Oct 2014
Jan 2015

Current Month

  • 100.5mi
  • 6h 4m
  • 3,076ft

Recent Achievements

  • PR on Miller -- Wagner to Maple
  • 2nd fastest time on halfmoon entrance to territorial
  • 2nd fastest time on Halfmoon Jaunt
  • 2nd fastest time on Fuller to Ingalls


Distance 3,953.0mi
Time 243h 58m
Elevation Gain 153,291ft
Rides 125


Total Distance 19,069.8mi
Total Time 1163h 23m
Total Elev Gain 696,302ft
Total Rides 545

Recent Photos

  • Ohai Mississippi River.
  • Nice scenic commute.
  • Mmm burger
  • Wintry bike ride to Tiburon with @mjoyner
  • Merry Christmas Eve from Hawk Hill
  • Fall comes to Mt. Hamilton.
  • The tops of mountains are where science lives.
  • Biketoberfest means beer!
  • I feel like I earned this beer.
  • The top of Mt. Tam is the logical place to find pancakes.
  • The most important part of any bike ride to Marin: stopping for cheese.
  • Goodbye Santa Cruz, back to Aptos
  • Beautiful day at the top of Tam.
  • Making another pit stop, because cheese.
  • Biked 40 miles, might as well have a pastry before turning around.
  • Yep, still in the mountains.
  • Gazos Creek kicking my ass but at least some nice views.
  • Start of the fun part of Gazos Creek. Wishing I had more gears right about now.
  • Finally climbed partway out of Big Basin.
  • Supposedly the best tacos in California.
  • No Devil's Slide for us today.
  • Fortunately the fog has stayed on that side of the bridge.
  • The fog is trying to eat Hawk Hill and failing.
  • Pre-dawn on San Bruno Mountain
  • This is pretty much why I bike to work.
  • Double Diablo! Because why the hell not.
  • Then I found the same mountain again. Halfway at least.
  • There was a mountain. I went up it.