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6:00pm Mountain Time, Friday, April 26
Live, on-location from Tin Shed Sports in Nederland, Colorado!
Ed Turkaly (Turk) will be riding the 2,745 mile Continental Divide in June. He is raising money for research and education of Shwachman-Diamond Syndrome (SDS), a rare, life threatening, bone marrow failure disease that affects his son.
Ed's ride will honor his son and all patients with SDS.
All are welcome to come to Tin Shed Sports in Nederland, Friday evening to join in the discussion.
You can help Turk and SDS by donating HERE.
Tim Ek comes back on the show to discuss his Rocky Mountain adventure at the 2012 Vapor Trail 125 near Salida, Colorado last weekend.
Listen in to hear what it's like to start a 125-mile, high-alpine race at 10pm and race through unfamiliar terrain, battling altitude, hike-a-bike, and teeth-chattering descents.
Friend of the show, Les Handy (http://handyproductions.blogspot.com/), joins us to discuss his recent bikepacking adventure across 300 miles of the Arizona Trail during the 2012 AZT300. A veteran of the endurance world, Les is a high energy guy who is passionate about getting out and making crazy things happen.
Join the show to hear what it's like to endure 300 miles unsupported by bike and to come out looking for more.
Jill Hueckman of Durango, Colorado recently became the first woman to complete the full 750 miles of the Arizona Trail, going from the Arizona-Mexico border to the Arizona-Utah border. She endured torturous hike-a-bike, cold and wet weather, and endless miles of rough rocky terrain to push through to the end. Jill has started documenting her bikepacking mega adventure at her blog: http://allthingsepicwithjill.blogspot.com/ Listen in to see what's it's like to live on your bike for over