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Green Mountain Boys

By this time you may have heard rumors of the h2o ride’s first of October.  It was a day that I’m sure everyone in the group will remember for some time to come.  With temperatures in the 40s and steady rain falling, no one was excited to head out on the road. But as the [...]

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Tracking trends, corralling demographics, maximizing traffic

As we’ve ridden across desert, mountains, coastline and plains we’ve crossed paths with a few others on similar journeys.  First it was a group of riders on the Tour Divide riding through Cuba, NM.  A few days later it was a Japanese man near Farmington on a run around the world.  Later still in California’s central [...]

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The Ghost of Tom Joad

The New Mexican section of the ride has been a pretty amazing few days.  Tuesday’s ride from Ft. Sumner to the town of Willard on was surreal.   After a “second breakfast” stop in the collection of mostly crumbling buildings known as Yeso, the terrain opened up in to a vast rolling grassland.  From the [...]

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Lubbock (Day 5)

Our fifth day on the road started with most of us feeling slightly more fresh than the previous few. Jillian’s aunt, uncle and grandma pulled out all the stops for our overnight in Big Spring. With three delicious meals in our bellies and a solid night of sleep on actual beds, we were ready for [...]

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