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December 03, 2005

Celebrating Fifty Thousand Visitors

Approximately a half hour ago the 50,000th visitor to The Cycling Dude briefly stopped by via the Blog  Bikin' Bis.

Ever since the Instalanche , a week ago, my daily traffic has been at least double what it was before, and so I knew that my earlier prediction of celebrating this milestone around Christmas would be off by a bit. ;-D

I absolutely LOVE Sitemeter since it added all its new toys for telling you about your traffic. ;-D

IP Address : Comcast Cable
ISP : Comcast Cable
Location : Continent  :  North America
Country  :  United States 
State  :  Florida
City  :  Fort Lauderdale
Lat/Long  :  26.1199, -80.2288 
Distance  :  8,133 miles

Language : English (United States
Operating System : Microsoft WinXP
Browser : Internet Explorer 6.0
Javascript  : Version 1.3
Monitor   Resolution  :  1024 x 768
Color Depth  :  32 bits 

Time of Visit : Dec 3 2005 9:08:19 am
Last Page View : Dec 3 2005 9:08:19 am
Visit Length : 0 seconds
Page Views : 1
Referring URL: TransAmerica Bicycle Tour 1984
Visit Entry Page:  http://www.cyclingdude.com/
Visit Exit Page:  http://www.cyclingdude.com/
Time Zone:  UTC-5:00
EST - Eastern Standard
EDT - Eastern Daylight Saving Time
Visitor's Time:  Dec 3 2005 12:08:19 pm

Visit Number:  50,000

Here's hoping this unknown person returns on a regular basis in the future, and spreads the word about The Cycling Dude!

As for Gene's Bike Tour?

Start at the journal entry for Day 1, and enjoy all 68 days, and 69 entries, at your leisure.


Thank you to Fritz, of Cyclicious, for the kind words, this evening.


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Does a visit length of "0 seconds" count? Just kidding, congratulations on reaching this milestone.

Posted by: fixedgear | Dec 3, 2005 2:11:56 PM


I'll take 'em for any amount of time they wish to loiter about the premises.

The person was here long enough to take a brief look around, and all you can do is hope that brief look made enough of a favorable impression that he, or she, will return in the future.

Posted by: Kiril Kundurazieff | Dec 3, 2005 2:42:09 PM

congrats. I think my blog is a bit less popular... :)


Posted by: Mags | Dec 3, 2005 3:23:18 PM

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