The 60 day mileage graph on the Train tab - Whats the green line for?

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May 2012
11:12am, 1 May 2012
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SlowSteph!
I love the rolling mileage graph, but can't work out what the green line is for? Anybody shed any light on this? Sure it's someting self explanatory and i'll end up red faced!

Thanks, Stephc
May 2012
11:14am, 1 May 2012
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Mark J
The green line is your cycling if you do any and log it.
May 2012
11:14am, 1 May 2012
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AngusClydesdale
The green line is for bike mileage, if you've got any.
May 2012
11:17am, 1 May 2012
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sprouty76
You'll also have a blue line if you log any swimming. Same colours as the training log and race finder.

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