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Week 6 and 7 of the Coast2Coast Ride in Review

Wow – can you believe it has been this long? Just a few short weeks ago, we were celebrating being over halfway to the finish line in Dallas. Tonight, we’re in Atlanta and heading out tomorrow morning to Gainesville, GA. Only 6 more days of riding until we are in the Atlantic Ocean. Sea to shining Sea. I am sorry … Continue reading

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GoTeam Cycling Update – Week 3

For you cycling data fans, here is a breakdown of what has happened as of the end of Week 3: Miles:  440.5                                               Miles to date: 1,463.2 Climbing:  21,371 ft                   … Continue reading

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Why the Coast2Coast Ride?

“It’s not about the bike”, nor is it about who is on the bike. It IS about oral learners and what T4 Global is attempting to do, working with non-readers in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. We have blogged, Facebooked, Tweeted, Instagramed and Youtubed our ride. At the end of the day, though, even those posts are designed to … Continue reading

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Teammates and Teamwork

There is a day that must be written about – it was Thursday of last week. The route was from Burley, ID to Tremonton, Utah and we knew it would be a long day – well over 100 miles with some climbing. The surprise of the day, though was that instead of the NW tailwind we were expecting via The … Continue reading

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Please Don’t Give Me a Tip – Dave Kenaga, GoTeam Driver

Crystal blue skies dashed with high wispy clouds signal another glorious day as Ben and I traverse the back roads and by ways of America following two relentless bicyclists. Launching the trek in the Pacific Northwest near Ocean Shores and snaking our way to the East Coast the riders at T4Global are determined to bring awareness to everyone about the … Continue reading

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From Ocean to Ocean – Ben Hale, GoTeam Driver

We asked Ben Hale and Dave Kenaga to write a post from their perspective of driver/support personnel for T4 Global’s GoTeam.  Today, you get served Ben’s perspective – tomorrow, you will hear from Dave. We hope you enjoy! From Ocean to Ocean Four completely different hair styles and four very different people making their way together from ocean to ocean. Thin … Continue reading

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An Epic Week – A Perspective from Ed

For cyclists out there, regarding Week 1: Starting Point: Pacific Beach, WA Ending Point: Ontario, OR Riding Days: 7 Total Miles: 611.2  (116 miles on day 7) Total Feet of Climbing: 26,511 Landspeed Record (for Ed): 44.7 MPH Flats: 6 We are staying on schedule, our bodies seem to be able to recover overnight.  A day of rest is being … Continue reading

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Day 4 and reflections on Day 3 Gathering in Yakima

Great friends do great things for one another. We were honored to have our first “formal” GoTeam gathering at the home of Greg and Barb Kinloch in Yakima. This is what we’re hoping to do 20+ times across the country – it was a perfect evening. About 10 of their great friends gathered to have some dessert (I think anyone … Continue reading

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Day 2 and 3 Coast-2-Coast

Climbing. That is much of what I remember of days 2 and 3. We left Olympia, WA after a big breakfast at our hotel. By noon, we had encountered two major issues – a bent hanger on the derailleur of my bike (meaning it didn’t shift properly) and a GPS map that said there was a rode where there was … Continue reading

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Day 1 Coast-2-Coast

Today was a beautiful day. We started at Pacific Beach, WA along with many families digging for clams in the low tide.  One of the things you don’t think about when planning to dip your rear wheel in the water (a tradition for those that ride coast-to-coast) is that tide could be out a ways. I think we had to … Continue reading

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