Turns Out That You Can’t “Win” Strava “King of the Mountain” in the Marin Headlands Without a Lot of Speeding

You know, on your bike, on Conzelman, coming down from Hawk Hill at an average speed of 31 MPH.

See?

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What’s the limit on Conzelman, uphill or down? 25 MPH.

Do people get tickets from the park police for speeding on Conzelman? I don’t know, but I know people driving cars do.

Is that San Francisco-based Strava app affecting how people behave?

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One Response to “Turns Out That You Can’t “Win” Strava “King of the Mountain” in the Marin Headlands Without a Lot of Speeding”

  1. Rob Anderson says:

    It’s just more evidence that riding a bike in the Bay Area is more of a speed-and-thrill trip than it is a transportation “mode.” And the speed/thrill junkies are almost all guys, of course.