*Finding a climb bigger than 2,700 feet, to set a new "biggest climb" number on Strava.
*Get better about mid-week rides, even if they're just quick 15-20 mile spins after work.
*Break 3,000 miles on the year. If I do that, then break 4,000.
*become a faster sprinter
, with my buddy Jarrod.
*pull off a 20-in-20 ride; ride 20 miles at an average pace of 20mph or higher. This is surprisingly tough.
EDIT - one more, I want to do a double ascent of Greylock - North Adams to the summit, summit to Lanesboro/Rt 7, then Lanesboro to summit, and then back down. My brother did this once back when he was still racing as a hill climb workout, and I want to take a crack at it myself. After riding up the North Adams side, I was pretty tired, but I think had I bombed down the Lanesboro side instead and turned around, well, it wouldn't have been a fast ascent, but I think I would have made it back up.