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    Pounds are in for Ironman

    FACT: In Colorado, over 755,000 people are food insecure. Every year Ironman participants test their endurance in this brutal triathalon that is widely considered to be one of the most difficult races in all the

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  • Post Accident Update

    Today would mark day 84 with less than 500 miles to go. I have been following the group everyday and while it kills me a little bit inside to think that I should be there

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  • Pushing Through

    Day 56-45 miles from Saratoga, WY to Rawlins, WY. Today was one of the few days I was really feeling sluggish. I just didn’t want to ride my bike in the wind anymore. Sure enough,

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  • Layover In Breck

    Day 52-It was a full day of relaxation in Breckenridge! I walked around this neat little town, after the World Cup soccer game finished and mostly window shopped. Since I’m carrying all of my possessions

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  • Highest Elevation Reached Today

    Day 51-45 miles from Hartsel to Breckenridge, CO. It was while we were entering into Alma, CO at 10,500 feet where I realized I wasn’t quite feeling myself. I stopped to put on a jacket

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  • Royal Gorge

    Day 49-Today was a layover day in Royal Gorge, CO. After 9 straight days of riding, we looked forward to taking advantage of the different activities available to us. Most of us “slept in” which

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  • Crosswinds Curse

    Day 42-65 miles from Larned to Ness City, KS. Early this morning we saw warnings for vehicles traveling on the road, estimating heavy winds, between 40 and 50 mph, so we knew as cyclists, we

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  • All Around Awesome

    Here are a couple of reasons why I love this group. Pastor Randy and Yogi Ed. The days are becoming more routine and the hype is beginning to fade, but I’m still enjoying my time

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  • Move For Hunger

    So while I document my experiences for the next several weeks I want to include some stats about hunger in America. I have cycled through the majority of Virginia at this point, and I have

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