I tend to use Albert Park as a training circuit (bike lane, not lake side dirt path) and occasionally measure my fitness progress against a best out of two runs. My personal best time around Albert…Continue
"I am appalled to think that I might be the only one here who thinks it's wrong to race, either in groups or against the clock, on public roads or shared paths, even on bike paths!! Conditions are bad enough without having to cope with…"
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"I recently started training around Albert Park Lake on the bike after 2 years of not being able to run due to injuries. Great conditions this morning enabling a PB of 8:56 and my HR peaked at 169bpm (92% MHR). There are some…"
Start at the set of lights just outside the Powerhouse Function Center and follow the bike path north west along Lakeside Drive.
Near the end of Lakeside Drive I swing onto a shared bike/walk path that gets me onto Albert Park…"
"Average time is just a little under 10 mins allowing for traffic and short section of shared footpath at the corner of Lakeside Drive and Albert Park Drive. Am sure some could do a whole lot better, as these old legs ain't what they…"
"Put a mark on the road for a start finish line& tell us where it is & next time I'm down there I'll give it a go, or maybe if the car race start line is still there, use that.
Max speed varies so much, yesterday I got up late, had…"
I tend to use Albert Park as a training circuit (bike lane, not lake side dirt path) and occasionally measure my fitness progress against a best out of two runs. My personal best time around Albert Park is 11min 29sec with a wind speed of 5km/hr (note: I don't race! Casual biker here) I'm very curious how that stacks up against cyclists. Anyone with some Albert Park stats they care to share? What's your max speed on a flat without a tail wind? *curious*See More