Joseph C. wrote:Gary Kard with his 50 plus miles a day, five days a week has to be well over 10,000 miles.
GrayKard wrote:Joseph C. wrote:Gary Kard with his 50 plus miles a day, five days a week has to be well over 10,000 miles.
I keep losing bike computers so best I can figure from my notes is 7200 miles. That means it will be a few more months before I officially break the 10,000 mile mark.
D-Man wrote:I'm at 8700 miles on sla's. Should be there by the end of the year.
Stone Meadow wrote: but I see that you don't accept PMs.
Stone Meadow wrote:D-Man wrote:I'm at 8700 miles on sla's. Should be there by the end of the year.
That's pretty impressive. I'd like to learn more, as the spiraling cost of lithium batteries is scaring me, but I see that you don't accept PMs. Is there a post where you detail your build? I searched back a couple of years, but couldn't find much. I accept PMs and emails...thanks!
Apologies for the threadjack!
D-Man wrote:Voltmeters on every battery.
dogman wrote:Now that's impressive! I was only at about 8000 miles last year when I got sick, and stopped riding to work. Woulda made 10k about now.Sacman wrote:I'm fairly sure I'm there already. Let's see ...
70-mile daily commute to work and back,
2 times a week (at least), sometimes I do 3 or 4,
for about the past 2 and a half years (52 weeks per year)
= (70) x (2) x [(2.5) x (52)]
= 18,200 miles conservatively... hello I'm iN THE CLUB!!!
full-throttle wrote:22,500 miles
leffex wrote:40,000 miles with my car in the years 2006-2012
From now on ill be biking and it will be 2500 miles commute max and add 2500 miles for other stuff. YEAH
Any1 else gone from car to bike for 100%?