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Day 36 Recap; Pedalin’ through Colorado

July 12, 2010

After a great day of rest in Gunnison, we jumped on Highway 50 to make our way to Montrose. We were excited to have Andy riding along with us for the day after a hard-fought day of penalty kicks in Crested Butte. His wife, Sarah, followed along toting some great baked goods lovingly sent from [...]

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Day 35 Recap; Dan & Joel playing soccer

July 11, 2010

After roughly 2,400 miles from the ports of New England to the beltway of DC, up and over the Appalachians, and through the cornfields, cattle and prairies of the Midwest, we afforded ourselves the third day of rest. Saturday was just what we all needed, and had been looking forward to as we battled the [...]

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Day 34 Recap; Western Continental Divide

July 10, 2010

Today was one of the most beautiful and painful days we’ve had on this entire trip. We started in Salida, CO at an elevation of just over 7,000 feet. For 24 long, winding miles we climbed up the Monarch Pass on route 50 to reach the Western Continental Divide at 11,312 feet above sea level. [...]

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Day 33 Recap; Scenery at it’s best

July 9, 2010

After collectively refusing full scholarships to the supermax prison in Florence, we said our goodbyes to our great new friends outside its gates, loaded up on the bikes, and headed out for our first full day of cycling in the Rocky Mountains. We met up with our old buddy Highway 50 in Canon City, where [...]

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