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    Map:Marc's Funky Spirals (full)
    End Time: January 2 2014, 11:54pm
    Physics Mode: Default
    Race Name:f(x, y) = (+/- a * cos(pi * a * / 180), ± +/- a * sin(pi * a / 180) )
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    litespeedmarc_CT Maybe I should have picked a smaller c on that final ellipsoid! Good ride guys. This should be a fun one to try & hang on onto in race mode (like most)!January 2 2014, 6:56pm
    arthare This map looks absolutely awesome. Can I make it publicly pickable?January 2 2014, 6:59pm
    arthare Caveat to that: there aren't any insane slopes, are there? I bet it loads fast for its length too given the compactness...January 2 2014, 7:00pm
    SherpaCV I'm dying to see the layout just from the profile. January 2 2014, 7:16pm
    litespeedmarc_CT Yeah, go ahead, make it public! It'll be fun to see it scheduled. 13.6% or so is steepest for 65m. 3.5km > 8%, 15km > 4%, 17km >0%, and about the same on the negative side.January 2 2014, 7:20pm
    litespeedmarc_CT BTW. This if anything shows how great a job you did you TdG's map renderer. I only wish I had put the spirals tigther, would have been neet to see other riders on the return.January 2 2014, 7:24pm
    arthare Sherpa: I posted a pic on twitter: https://twitter.com/TourDeGiro/status/418867798182334464/photo/1January 2 2014, 7:32pm
    arthare Alrighty, it is now public.January 2 2014, 7:39pm
    kgutowsk It was tough. I need to change my rear cogs as many of the rides that I have been doing then to give me steeper hills than the flatlands here in Michigan. Nice ride Litespeedmarc. I did finish but that was my 2nd ride of the day. It burned over 1,100 calories. Not bad for an old man of 55 years old.January 3 2014, 10:16am
    litespeedmarc_CT Not bad in deed! I found myself, almost down to the smallest gear a few times (39x25, with a few teeth to spare), but only because I grinded through some other sections. This brings a question: will there ever be a "steady slope mode", so that us computrainers users can reap the (somewhat negligeable) benefits of constant resistance?January 3 2014, 12:54pm
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