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We did it. The highest peak of our journey is behind us now. Monarch’s Pass was a staggering 11300 feet in elevation, resting on the continental divide. Fortunately we had great...

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The morning started off with another flat right as we were leaving the hotel room. Luckily I noticed it on my tire before we checked out, so we were able to...

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Seth and I thought we knew hills and climbing… before today. This marks the completion of day 7 of our journey thus far, and today definitely tested us. After staying the...

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Finally made it to Pueblo, CO! Being rested from the hotel two nights ago, and sitting in our tent all day yesterday, we both agreed that we could do the 90...

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Day 5 started out with a nasty, chilling, wind from the North. We were well rested from the hotel though so we were anxious to get out on the road. Luckily...

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By flat, I don’t mean the elevation. It was far from flat. What I do mean is that after 250 feet from our campground last night, Seth discovered our first flat...

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Finally ate some real food! There was a place right by the interstate bridge that we stopped at and had a homemade burger and fries, along with some beer-battered fried mushrooms....

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Today did not start off well at all. Seth and I awoke (moreso lightly slept) in the middle of the night to our tent being damp with dew in the inside....

Our first lunch on the road!... in a ditch

…. begins with a single pedal. It’s 2:14pm and Seth and I have just past the Kansas border a few miles back, a total of 65 miles. A 22mph wind has...

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I appreciate you taking the time out of your day to visit this blog! As I journey through my adventures I will update this blog as often as possible. The first...