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Saturday October 5, 2019
Rider Interview: Riding the Race Across America is one thing, winning it is another, but winning it six times is just taking it too far! Christoph Strasser is the man who achieved that remarkable feat, winning the 3000 mile - 4828 kilometer - race six times. Ed Hood caught up with Christoph to hear all about it.
Sunday June 30, 2019
Film Review: Bike racing is hard, whether a city crit or a local time trial. Then it gets really hard if you are a pro. Then you have people who like to sit on their bikes for a long time: ultra racers who do it for the challenge. The toughest ultra race is the Race Across America and a new film (with special screenings in Canada on July 15) shows just how tough it can be.
Monday July 6, 2015
Severin Zotter, an Endura supported 33-year-old from Austria, won the 2015 edition of the epic Race Across America earlier today with an overall race time of 8 days 8 hours and 17 minutes.
Wednesday June 21, 2006
TEAM BEAT CANCER is an eight-rider team that participated in the 500-mile,24-hour Corporate Challenge event of the Race Across America (RAAM) on June 11-12, 2006. Their mission is to raise money and awareness on behalf of Erika Barajas and her battle with breast cancer (https://www.zippis.com). Here’s how they battled – an won – their RAAM.
Thursday June 15, 2006
PEZ caught up with Phil Southerland an hour after his last shift, which saw the team head over the nearly 11,000 foot Wolf Creek Pass and near the 1000 mile mark. The riding has been hard so far, but the results are above expectations - and the mountains are more or less behind them for awhile at least.
Monday June 12, 2006
Tomorrow, June 13 at 2:00 pm Pacific, the all-diabetic team of Team Type 1 will leave sunny Oceanside, California and set off on a route best flown, maybe driven, and almost unbelievably: ridden - over 3000 miles to the finish in Atlantic City. The team has three goals: the win, the record, and a million dollars - not to mention the ultimate destination of a cure.