Better Together: Introducing Race Across America Team Sea to See

Independence is a myth. I have an uncle who has lived in a cabin in Vermont with essentially no electricity or running water for the past 40 or so years. He’s about as off-the-grid as anyone I know (and I know there are more extreme cases), but when you peel back the layers of his … More Better Together: Introducing Race Across America Team Sea to See

To Durango! (Night 3)

There’s no denying it, yesterday was brutal. The excessive heat and monster climbs coupled with sleep deprivation took a little bite out of Tandem RAAM. For anyone that’s ridden a tandem before, you know that climbing does not come easily on a tandem (and if you haven’t, now you know). It takes a little more … More To Durango! (Night 3)

400 down (Day 1.5)

As Tandem RAAM approaches Congress AZ and Time Station 6, they’ve successfully ridden four hundred hot and hilly miles over the past 28-ish hours. While there is plenty of pavement left to this journey, let’s take a moment just put 400 miles into perspective… It typically takes about 8 hrs (if you’re not a maniac) … More 400 down (Day 1.5)