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Kenny Pryde

Kenny Pryde

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Kenny Pryde is a cyclist from Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. 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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  • 170
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Current Month

  • 35.3km
    DISTANCE
  • 1h 59m
    TIME
  • 354m
    ELEVATION

Recent Achievements

  • PR on Gate to Barrier, North Wood
  • 2nd fastest time on Bellahouston Drive Climb
  • 3rd fastest time on Bella Ski Centre Climb
  • 2nd overall on Bella Ski Centre Climb in 2015

Year-to-Date

Cycling
Distance 86.4km
Time 3h 49m
Elevation Gain 641m
Rides 7

All-Time

Cycling
Total Distance 13,357.6km
Total Time 547h 18m
Total Elev Gain 158,901m
Total Rides 322

Recent Photos

  • Look! Sunshine. 
Oh...hang on. #Glasgow
  • Highland cows. Highlands not featured. #Glasgow
  • Sweet big film poster. Bourg-en-Bresse.
  • Well it may not be a 'training' ride @erickrowsell, but it's sure as hell's a coffee stop. #Rusper
  • Somewhere in Girona, there's a little corner (OK, door entry system) that will be forever Ireland.
  • Blueberry cheesecake muffin catastrophe. Dang!
  • Sunshine? Knee warmers? Track mitts? Ah, that's better.
  • Number 1 daughter hits the road. #cycling
  • Ben Lomond, stage left. Glasgow, not pictured, from Eaglesham. December 1.
  • The bedroom decor that time forgot. Hostellerie des 7 Molles, Gesset, Midi Pyrenees. #tdf
  • Not espresso, but still freshly ground. 11 o'clock habit.
  • Those Limburgers are OK you know, even the car drivers.
  • Soreen. Silver foil. Cubes of pleasure. Energy bar you say? Pfft. Gels with electrolytes? Shove it.
  • The climb is called Els Angels. "The faster you ride the easier it is," explained Dan. I understood the theory but the practice was waay beyond me.