Wednesday, June 20, 2007

It's Called a War, Not a 3,043 Mile Race "RAAM". Bever Cr.-Catlin Team 2nd Win in a Row!

You have to be tough as nails to do one of these races. The body has to be right or you drop out! A total of 3,043 miles on a bike. That means this team has 6,086 miles for two wins! That also means crossing 12 states and cranking up more than 110,000 feet of climbing. I suspect this is a good place to know what bike fit works best?

You know that NORBA has a short track race! Crits are not much longer! What would you call this? Now you understand why many of the racers call this a "WAR".

Nat Ross and friends do it again for the second year in a row! They had an average of 21.99 mph! Go out and keep that pace for a few hours and you will get the idea!

Nat has the laser advantage and knows how to keep the bikes where they need to be!

Go see him at Golden, CO if you want to get your bike dialed!

Four Person Teams (all):
Beaver Creek - Catlin Team

1. Beaver Creek - Catlin Team 3042.8 5.18.22 (21.99 mph) Finish 06/18 11:50 21.9

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