(Here is the link to the Wikiweb for Arthur Eddington; the cycling number is at the very bottom of the article, and mathematically speaking, the definition of one's Eddington Cycling Number is so poorly worded as to be ... wrong; however, Wiki powers continue to insist on being wrong. Wiki may be useful, but I wouldn't rely on it for anything of value.)
My Saturday, Feb-18 rando-adventure raised my Eddington Cycling Number to 83. The following are links to several rides, epic at the time in terms of distance and/or other reasons, that recently fell off the "contributors to my Eddington Cycling Number list":
July 25, 2009: 79.8-mile "recon" ride to check out part of the planned Irregulars 200k later in 2009.
May 31, 2009: A short, short report on mostly solo wandering about for 81.1-miles.
August 22, 2009: 82.3-mile modified "Shoofly Don't Bother Me".
I only have one ride on my resume that is at least 83-miles, but less than 84-miles:
August 29, 2009: Some repeating climbing, but avoided the usual G-P-MVC finish.
Chart indicating the history of my Eddington Cycling Number:
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