'06 Mileage log

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...last year the weeks ended with Sunday. In the '06 calendar as printed in the January bulletin, the week ends with Saturday.

Since most of us conclude our training week and total our miles on Sunday, could we get a revise?

Otherwise, it's such a great tool.

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Anthony Poole (not verified)
I was up against a deadline

The reason for the discrepancy between the web and the bulletin calendar was because I was hard up against a deadline and had no calendar. I simply pulled a royalty-free calendar off the web and created a PDF and shoved it onto the middle double-page spread. I'm afraid not much thought went into it from either a design standpoint or its usefulness or otherwise by a cyclist. It was either that or nothing.

My apologies to Timothy. I had asked him for the PDF very late in the bulletin production process and he did get it to me pretty quickly from California, where he was on vacation, but I had already laid the pages. It was touch and go and I couldn't afford any delays, otherwise the bulletin would not have been printed in time. Sorry!

It is something I should have planned for at an earlier stage.

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Maggie Schwarz (not verified)
The PDF ends in Saturday!

Sorry I hadn't noticed this before.

Why the discrepancy between the bulletin version and the pdf?

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Maggie Schwarz (not verified)
I mean it ends in Sunday, the pdf

Could we get the Sunday version printed in Feb's bulletin? It's so great the way the whole year works into a spread.

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af (not verified)
pdf ends weeks on Sunday, but

the week numbering is off--omits week # 36 and repeats ## 51 + 52.

(If anyone looks at that.)

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Timothy McCarthy (not verified)
PDF corrected

Thanks for the heads up on the incorrect numbering.

The way I see it, this year you get a choice: If you like a traditional calendar, use the NYCC bulletin version. If you like the week to end with Sunday, use the PDF on the website.

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