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Axel Dove

Axel Dove

Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
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Dad / Drinker of beers / Oh, and cyclist

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Monthly Activity Distance

  • 0 km
  • 340
  • 680
  • 1020
  • 1360
  • 1700
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Current Month

  • 751.0km
    DISTANCE
  • 30h 1m
    TIME
  • 5,668m
    ELEVATION

Recent Achievements

  • 9th overall on Joffre Ave (Imperial to Marine Dr)
  • 9th overall on Joffre Ave (Imperial St to Marine Dr)
  • PR on Sidaway from Blundell to Steveston (AW)
  • PR on Sidaway Southbound 1

Year-to-Date

Cycling
Distance 13,045.0km
Time 489h 38m
Elevation Gain 132,338m
Rides 410

All-Time

Cycling
Total Distance 28,059.4km
Total Time 1138h 48m
Total Elev Gain 335,585m
Total Rides 944

Recent Photos

  • Either I got super #swole overnight or I shrunk my jeans. Going with #swole. #beefcake #massivewattage
  • No hands. No fucks. @therealterryjamesbrown
  • BikesncoffeeBikesncoffeeBikesncoffee @therealterryjamesbrown BikesncoffeeBikesncoffee
  • On December 11th, 2014 Front Derailleur passed away somewhat violently while just riding along. She leaves behind her partner, Rear Derailleur, and their matching counterparts Brakes, Hubs, and Levers. Front derailleur lived through two frames and experienced probably around 15,000 km of joyful pedalling at a comfortable cadence. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the @axeldove Needs Bike Parts Trust. Thank you. Merci.
  • *skin sizzling*
  • Long rides in December need at least one coffee stop.
  • Darn. A flat. @simabelle @ferbyshellbourne @dangronross
  • #caughtgrammin x2. #catsofinstagram #catsincoffeeshops
  • #tourdecafé @dangronross @asplitdecision @ferbyshellbourne @la_kersh
  • @ferbyshellbourne, @asplitdecision (out of frame) and I riding a #splap on #yawnpatrol #tourdecafé
  • #lightbro #snowbro #bikesbro @marinbikes
  • #lightbro #snowbro #bikesbro
  • Riding bikes to work has yet to really catch on here...
  • Lack of fenders + driving rain = transit home. If that tool pouch gets soaked it can weigh up to 35 lbs and take a week to dry.