My Bicycling Bucket ListAs of April 2011 Event | Location | Date Accomplished Alpe d'Huez - France, 1-Jul-2009; Mont Ventoux Triple Climb - France; Masters World Track Championships; US National Masters Track Championships; The Stelvio - Italy; Col de Lautaret - France; Col de Galibier - France; Col de Telegraphe - France; Mt Graham - Safford, AZ; Mt Lemmon -Tucson, AZ ; White Mountain - Big Pine, CA; Ride of the Immortals -Ridgecrest, CA; Palomar Mountain - California; Mount Baldy - Claremont, CA ; Horseshoe Meadows Hill Climb - Lone Pine, CA; Onion Valley Hill Climb - Independence, CA; Figuroa Mountain - Santa Ynez, CA; Hell's Gate 100 - Death Valley, CA; Furnace Creek 508; Reddish Knob, Virginia: Done (7/27/11) Race Across the West; Race Across America;
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2011 Mileage1,103.51 Running a bit behind in preparation for the Ride of the Immortals this August.
2011 Vertical Climb40,798. Getting better, but the Ride of the Immortals is fast approaching.
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It’s been several months since I’ve had the opportunity to post here on MyBikeInfo. As many of you know, I’m a prostate cancer survivor and the founder of the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project and the Prostate Cancer Pony Express. The … Continue reading
What was I thinking? Tomorrow morning is the start of the inaugural Jeremiah Bishops’ Alpine Gran Fondo here in Harrisonburg, Virginia. When we think of bicycle climbing, we generally think of Colorado or perhaps in the California mountains. But Virginia … Continue reading
Here at the hotel going over the course map. It’s brutal. We drove the first 15 miles this afternoon and this will be epic ride. But, Freddy and I are ready. Western is forecast to be clear and hot. We … Continue reading
Why I climb hills It you follow this blog, you know that I’m a prostate cancer survivor (8.5 years) and that I’m big on exercise and good eating habits as the best tools we have within our individual control to … Continue reading
l’Etape du California is in the History Books Saturday was a great ride and the most challenging bicycle ride of my long career: 92.8 miles – from the start at Claremont, to the finish in the parking lot at Mt. … Continue reading
7 Hours and Falling – Mt. Baldy Here I Come! Well, I’m here in the hotel in Claremont, just a few hours until the start of the l’Etape du California. The route is 75 miles with 10,500 feet of climbing. … Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to ride the famous climbs of the Tour de France but just haven’t had the time to make it across the pond to France? Well, if you live in California or one of the neighboring states … Continue reading