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The "Rocky effect"
...VanIsle too

 

The Rocky Mountain 1200 is a BC Randonneur brevet which has become increasingly inter-provincial and international. The total distance covered by participants who were not bona fide BC Randonneurs in 2004 was 68,400 km. This amount makes the Total Club Distance look impressive, but is also misleading as a snapshot of club riding activity. Below is a list indicating Total Club Distance adjusted to address this issue. These figures are a better indication of ongoing club participation levels by local riders. So for the five Rocky Mt. 1200 years, the figures in bold in column 5 (below), and are the figures you'll find in bold in column 12 on the main Stats Summary Hub table. [Same principle applies for the VanIsle 1200 introduced in 2006.]

 Year

Non-member Participation in Rocky Mt. 1200s
(and Rocky Mt. 1000s + 200s)

Non-member
Total Distance

Total Club km
subtract
non-member km

Total Club
Distance
(Adjusted)  

 1996

2 x 1200 = 2400, 2 x 1000 = 2000, 1 x 200 = 200

4600

100,299 - 4600 =

95,699

 1997

9 x 1200 = 10,800, 3 x 1000 = 3000, 3 x 200 = 600

14,400

128,980 - 14,400 =

114,580

 1998

8 x 1200 = 9600, 3 x 1000 = 3000, 3 x 200 = 600

13,200

142,187 - 13,200 =

128,987

 2000

26 x 1200 = 31,200

31,200

194,876 - 31,200 =

163,676

2002

53 x 1200 = 63,600

63,600

257,632 - 63,600 =

194,632

2004

55 x 1200 = 66,000

66,000

266,164 - 66,000 =

200,164

2006

21 x 1200 = 25,200 (VanIsle 1200)

25,200

219,252 - 25,200 =

194,052

2008

60 x 1200 = 72,000 (Rocky Mt 1200)

72,000

285,874 - 72,000 =

213,874

2010

6 x 1200 = 7,200 (VanIsle 1200)

7,200

296,289 - 7,200 =

289,089

2012

46 x 1200 = 55,200 (Rocky Mt 1200)

55,200

297,765 - 55,200 =

242,565

2014

19 x 1200 = 22,800 (VanIsle 1200)

22,800

274,552 - 22,800 =

251,752