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Blog Posts in June, 2009

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  • Tradgedy Strikes Chula Vista Man On Cross-Country Bicycle Trek
    Tradgedy Strikes Chula Vista Man On Cross-Country Bicycle Trek

    Jim Gafney, a seasoned bicyclist from Chula Vista, was riding across the country in protest of the econimic frivolity he was afraid would affect his grandchildren. He hoped that by riding his bike ...

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  • RAAM Winners!
    RAAM Winners!

    Dani Wyss Wins the Solo Male Division With an amazing time of 8 days 5 hours and 45 minutes–the second-fastest in RAAM history, Dani Wyss took the victory! RaceAcrossAmerica.org’s official blog has a ...

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  • RAAM Videos: Straight From The Horse’s…err Bicyclist’s Mouth
    RAAM Videos: Straight From The Horse’s…err Bicyclist’s Mouth

    Take a look at some RAAM 2009 videos, courtesy of the RAAM official site…nothing quite like a video to put you right in the action!

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  • RAAM Blow-by-Blow of Day 6: The Halfway Point
    RAAM Blow-by-Blow of Day 6: The Halfway Point

    The halfway day for RAAM 2009 shows us a pretty grim picture: 3 new DNFs, several nasty cases of Schermer’s Neck” from 22+ hour days of constant bicycling, and body-mind fatigue. The pain is ...

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  • RAAM: Day 5
    RAAM: Day 5

    From brushfires to neck braces, drop-outs to record-breakers, the 5th day of RAAM was jam-packed with excitement. Team Type 1 continues to stand out, the individual competitors are falling prey to a ...

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  • Latest RAAM Updates: Day 3 and Day 4 Blow-By-Blow
    Latest RAAM Updates: Day 3 and Day 4 Blow-By-Blow

    Get your RAAM news fix now! Day 3 found the riders braving brutally scorching temperatures in Arizona. Although the wind was largely favorable, the problems of endurance cycling started to raise their ...

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