Micro Panorama Thumbnail for Social Sharing Sites
Energy (September 21–25, 2005)

Yoshito Takagi

What Excessive Energy Brings

Ken Stuart

150,000 Calories

San Fernando Valley, California, USA

September 24, 8:00 am PDT

Loading panorama viewer ...

© 2005 Ken Stuart, All Rights Reserved.

Help

Caption

Every weekend the members of the San Fernando Valley Bicycling Club ride together on various local routes ranging from 30 to 100 miles. Some riders are more intense than others, but all burn off quite a few calories as they ride.

Calories are a measure of heat energy. The 59 cyclists appearing in this panorama will burn off roughly some 150,000 calories today, assuming an average weight of 165 pounds (75 kg) and distance of 40 miles (64.4 km) over relatively flat terrain at 17 miles per hour (27.4 kph).

Of course the actual calories burned by an individual vary based on weight, age, body mass index, conditioning, terrain, speed, air temperature, etc., during the ride. The net loss for the day also depends on food and drink intake during the ride and the amount eaten at favorite rest stops along the route. :-)

Cycling's an excellent way to lose weight, get fit, and save gas when commuting to work. Riding in a club provides companionship and makes exercise much more enjoyable. Please be sure to follow road rules and wear a helmet when you ride.


San Fernando Valley Bicycle Club.

Calories-burned calculator.

Sir Round Virtual Tours.

Equipment

Shot with a Nikon D70 with 10.5 mm lens mounted on a Precision360 head, using 6 shots around, one up and one down. Stitched with PTMac 3.x and Enblend, converted to cubic format with CubicConverter. Edited with Photoshop CS. Set to open to a random starting point and automatically rotate with LiveStage Pro.

PLEASE RESPECT THE ARTIST’S WORK. All images are copyright by the individual photographers, unless stated otherwise. Use in any way other than viewing on this web site is prohibited unless permission is obtained from the individual photographer. If you're interested in using a panorama, be it for non-profit or commercial purposes, please contact the individual photographer. The WWP can neither negotiate for, nor speak on behalf of its participants. The overall site is copyright by the World Wide Panorama Foundation, a California Public Benefit Corporation. Webdesign © by Martin Geier www.geiervisuell.com