Yesterday's objective was to combine 5-7 short, local climbs (within a 25 mile radius) and connect them all by driving between locations. In other words, specifically like the challenge itself - other than the hills themselves were a fraction of the difficulty of the 'real' ones.
I wasn't on a great day physically but I still learnt some important points, the most significant being the effects of repeatedly being in a seated driving position in between riding/efforts. Not comfortable at all - so decided to extend the warm down period further, to minimise blood pooling. I also think I'll have to use compression tights during all the drive sections. This will add more time but I don't think I can afford to go without.
On the plus side, the process of parking up/removing bike/clothing 're-zip'/getting moving etc. all went well - smoother than had I hoped actually. Phew!
Still undecided on the best way to post/record the data file of each climb. Garmin Connect doesn't work for everyone - if you don't have an account or are not signed in, then you can't see the info. Strava uploads to Twitter, Facebook and the Blog fairly easily but it might quickly clutter up page space with unwanted 'leader boards'. Need to think more about this.
Update: slightly different embedding like the two below might be the way to go.