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Today was it… 40 miles to the ferry at Vallejo. I was surprised by all the country roads we were traveling on when we were so close to all the urban...

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We got to sleep in today because the bike shop didn’t open until 9:30am. I headed out to Taco Bell breakfast around 8am and looked over our maps for the next...

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This morning was a slow start after fighting the urge to stay in our warm sleeping bags, and finding out Seth had a flat tire. By the time we hit the...

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100 miles ago we were in Fallon, NV… now we’re sitting on top of Carson Pass, California which happens to be our very last mountain to get over. Wow. We departed...

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Being bummed out from not getting the hotel room last night, today we planned on just riding 47 miles to Fallon, NV and calling it a day to rest up for the...

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Today we started with a climb over two mountain peaks at 6am before coasting down into Austin. It took about 3 hours to do the two peaks which spanned only 16...

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*Delayed post 1 day due to no service* Yet another day on the Loneliest Road In America. The one exciting part about this day was the fact that I counted 13...

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Riding on the ‘Loneliest Road In America’ is something exciting to say that I’ve done, but as you can image, this post won’t be riddled with any thrilling news. We woke...

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*Delayed post 1 day due to no service* Woke up this morning in a field. Not the last time it’ll happen out here in this unforgiving desert either. Our plan from...

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After eating our awesome continental breakfast this morning, we knew what pace we could go at for the day. By 10am we were already 40 miles done with the day, but...