I've only recently got back into biking so I'm still exploring my boundaries, both physical and geographical. On my recent rides I've plucked up the nerve to extend my range and venture around Epping Forest. I've been wearing an oldish heart rate monitor and collecting the data on my lap-top since I (re)started cycling but I've never thought of it as anything other than a fun thing to look at after a ride.
Here is today's 'readout'....
The three almost identical spikes denote three times up Mott Street hill in Epping. The fourth is going up Daws Hill (the nasty side), and the very last spike is carrying the bike up to my flat (ha!).
While I really enjoyed the ride is there anything useful I can glean from the HRM data I'm collecting that might inform future rides?