First and second place are in for Day 16 of the 2017 Tour Divide! Huge congrats to Brian Lucido for finishing first and Josh Kato for finishing second! More riders making their way into New Mexico and towards the Bonita Fire re-route! And wild horses usher racers through Wyoming!
We’re in Day 10 of the 2017 Tour Divide! Jay Petervary has worked his way up to the 8th slot among the Grand Depart in his ITT, the Bonita Wildfire may mean re-routes are coming for the SOBO’s, and peace, thoughts, and prayers for TransAm racer Eric Fishbein who was struck and killed in that race overnight! Be safe out there, Racers!
A quick round up for Tour Day 6! Ben Steurbaut gets a new fork and works his way back towards Brian Lucido and Josh Kato! Jay P works his way through the pack on his ITT! And Billy Rice joins the fun for an ITT!
Here’s a recap of Day 3 as racers avoid The Wall with the new re-route only to face a rocky climb! Lots of folks battling mechanicals and physical ills. And Jay P decides to ITT!
Welcome to our Tour Divide KickOff show as racers are getting ready to head out on the 2017 edition of the Tour Divide! We talk about the weather the racers can expect and hear from Marty Johnson and Bonnie Gagnon-Larvick! And racers, don’t forget to get your Salsa headset cap from Jay Petervary so you can get some pie in Pie Town!
By now we know we have lost Mike Hall as he was struck by a vehicle during the Indian-Pacific Wheel Race. He was an amazing man, as his many accomplishments attest. Beyond those accomplishments he was kind, thoughtful, and always encouraging. He inspired and will continue to inspire countless people for years to come. He casts a long shadow even as his passing leaves a hole in our hearts. Ride on, Mike! No more mechanicals and no more stops!
If you click the image above you can order this poster that Mike Dion is offering with proceeds going to Mike’s family. There is also a GoFundMe page set up if you would like to donate directly.
This is a tribute show to Mike Hall who was killed on March 31, 2017 while racing the Indian-Pacific Wheel Race. Mike Hall was likely the greatest cyclist in racing and certainly so in the ultra-endurance racing discipline. He was an inspiration to so many cyclists around the world. Despite all of his great accomplishments, race wins, and record holdings, he was a thoughtful, humble, and caring man who always took time to encourage his fellow racers. He leaves behind many broken hearts but also a great challenge to us all to push ourselves to ride better, race better, and be better!
Mike Fitzgerald called in from Pinhoti 3!
Rob Knapp called in with a follow-up finish call!
Adam Hale called in from Quilcene!