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Ultracycling legend Lon Haldeman joins us to talk about his recent PAC Tour in Ghana as well as the upcoming Elite PAC Tour.
The fastest transcontinental bike tour ever! PAC Tour's first Elite Tour was in 1995 and has been going strong ever since!
Daily miles range from 140 to 196 miles per day. Riders completing 100% of the tour will qualify for the Race Across AMerica.This extremem cross country bike tour intended for the most serious riders who are looking for a very challenging ride across America. All riders must routinely ride 200 miles in 10-12 hours in training. An Elite Team Division is being offered for two riders to share participating by individually riding 80-120 miles each day.
This Elite Tour begins in San Diego, California with moderate daily distances the first three days while crossing the desert. We hope all riders will be able to gradually work themselves into shape before they begin the longer days for the remainder of the tour. The route will use a combination of good cycling roads we have ridden for many years.
This is not an easy cross-country route following the boring flat lands of the Southern states. We will intentionally climb many steep mountain grades in Arizona and New Mexico. In the eastern states we will ride many hilly days including the notorious Talimena Parkway which includes many 15% grades.
This cross country bicycle tour is only for the best riders. Do not come on this tour if you are looking for an easy ride across the country. Even the fastest riders will be tested to their limits on most days.
Lucky's Market lived up to its name a week ago when I luckily bumped in to 303Cycling contributing editor Cheri Felix. Cheri was getting ready for a cyclocross race and conditions could not have been better. Snowing heavily with 18 degree temps. Cheri had never raced in snow so I was looking forward to hearing all about her experience. Cheri usually rides mountain bikes and lately has become cross curious. She has three kids, one dog, one bearded dragon and a husband. When she’s not taking care of her family she’s riding, planning a ride or writing about riding. Cheri’s passion is spreading the good word about riding on dirt and how it can change your life. She also likes beer which is not a requirement to ride bikes. You can follow Cheri on Twitter @mtnbikechi
Joining us for a discussion about the newly formed Panache Endurance Elite Team are Mick Walsh, Colin Stokes, Wayne Dowd, Joan Deitchman, Adam Morley, Sarah Cooper, Vicki Ford, Jill Robinson, Jodie Lawston and Carol Pope. The team is excited about our newly forming ultra team competition in which the burden of one rider traveling across the country to earn points is removed by team members earning points at selected events. Our goal is to increase participation and be not only strong racers but true ambassadors of our sport.
Join the conversation with Kiss Calhoun & D.Jon in tonight's Love Never Felt So Good episode of RVS. What are your views on gay marriage? Do you believe men and women of the LGBT community should have the right to get married legally in the states? How do you feel about gay marriages not receiving the same benefits that regular marriages do If so this is any episode you don't want to miss because RVS Is Mos Def The Place 2 BE!!!
Janel Holcomb’s professional career began as a Chemical Engineer but she soon transitioned into teaching high school chemistry, math, and physics to help teenagers get excited about learning. During her time as a teacher in San Diego, Janel discovered road cycling by riding and raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society with her husband. Cycling friends and a local coach encouraged Janel to take the next step and start bike racing; it turned out to be the right path as Janel turned professional in 2008, just one year after her first bike race. Janel has raced for three pro teams and the US National team in the US, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and Qatar. Her breakout year was in 2011, when she won the overall NRC title and three NRC stage races: Cascade Cycling Classic, Tour de Toona, and the Joe Martin Stage Race. Janel was honored to be selected as a member of the US Olympic Long Team for the 2012 London Olympics and will continue to race through 2016 with the goal of qualifying for the Rio Olympics, helping the US earn a gold medal at the World Championships, and winning more races along the way.
Ultra runner Eddie Metro of the Department of Agriculture is heavily involved with Boulder sports through volunteer work (at Flatiron Running fun runs) as well as through competition for example racing for the Flatirons Running Team at the Colorado Cross Country Championships. Racing through 18 degree temperatures and snow Eddie placed 2nd in his age group. Metro is a popular personality around Boulder and especially Flatirons Running stroe. We look forward to hearing about Eddie's roots in running and what keeps him motivated to push his limits.
Turn It Up Tuesdays hosted by Magi Love, the spot to get connected with aspiring individuals coast to coast. Playing some of the best unsigned, independent recording artists and interviewing individuals from all walks of art.
Tuesday's guest: David Camden
David Camden is an American singer/songwriter and actor with a stirring voice and an unconventional story. Much like his life, his music is an eclectic blend of the past and present: Disco, R&B, Soul, and Retro with modern Pop undertones. His relaxed, conversational style is approachable, unjaded and instantly relatable.
Born David Camden Mueller, he grew up a pastor’s son in the small town of Greenville, IL and was always surrounded by music. His father was a music major and his mother was a singer, and around the holidays the family would all gather around the piano and sing. While he never felt like he fit into the rural setting, he could often be found singing in church and performing in school musicals. He picked up both piano and trumpet at an early age and was involved in every school music group that he could join, including choir, band, and jazz band. Camden attended Evangel University where he earned a Bachelor of Music with an emphasis in voice. During his time at college, he faced one of the most difficult setbacks of his life: losing his voice for almost 12 months. Being unable to sing was incredibly challenging, but with prayer and the guidance of his voice teachers, he eventually came out the other side.
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Join us Tuesday 25 November 2014 @ 9:30pm for MHHS-Eyes Wide Open presents:
Principals of Nationality in Action where we will discuss:
What Thanksgiving really means and Let’s talk about Ferguson.
Many Asiatic People celebrate Thanksgiving without really knowing what it means. Do you know what the Turk-ey represents?
And since the issue of Ferguson is on the table we felt it was appropriate to do a split show and discuss it. Did you know FERGUSON is a corporation? Incorporated in 1894…So how can a corporation have a “Grand Jury Indictment” that would require a delegation of authority pursuant to Article III Section I of the American Constitution 1791
This is the Uniting of Asia - Family
We must activate our voice with law and speak with our Writs!!!
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In light of recent events that have shaken our FB literary community,BRPP Network Radio feels a responsibility to have at least one, if not a series of shows on the evil that is known as Plagiarism!!! If you are a writer, period, you have probably experienced and/or felt the cold hands of this evil touch you and we must ban together as a true community, as one, to bring awareness to this issue and to stop it! If one writer's heartfelt and creative words are stolen, then we have all suffered a huge lose and together we mourn, so together we must warn!!!
Carol Taylor of the Boulder History Museum joins Duane Duggan to discuss the Chief Niwot exhibit. To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the tragic massacre at Sand Creek, Colorado, the Boulder History Museum is re-introducing the award-winning exhibition, Chief Niwot~Legend & Legacy, with new content and artifacts previously not on display.
Chief Niwot struggled to find peace during the most fateful years in Southern Arapaho history. His life and legacy are revealed in this exhibit along with the Arapahos’ place in Boulder’s history.
The Boulder History Museum is excited to present the powerful story Chief Niwot, one of the most notable Indians of the plains, a man about whom legends were made. Niwot’s story is one of honor and deceit, hope and despair. When hoards of white men began migrating to the central plains in the mid-nineteenth century, they moved into the land that was home to the Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians. In 1858, the Arapaho Chief Niwot (translated in English as Left Hand) astonished the early gold-seekers in Colorado by greeting them in their own language. He and his tribe hoped to make peace with the newcomers to allow the two cultures to share the same land and coexist peacefully. Niwot devoted his life to this struggle but his efforts ultimately failed. He was mortally wounded at the Sand Creek Massacre in 1864. This exhibit is the first to reveal the story of Chief Niwot and the complexity his struggle to find peace during the most fateful years in the history of the Southern Arapaho Indians.
and between friends. Our community will be strengthened by exploring a pivotal piece of regional history in its rightful context.
My guests today are Karen Ross and Elizabeth Bull, master healers and teachers. Karen and Liz have spent many years developing a highly effective method of clearing emotional blocks which they are going to demonstrate to you during this program. If you have felt stuck and are hanging on to an emotional issue that is holding you back, this program is for you! Following this unique and dynamic interview with Karen and Liz, Caroline will answer your health-related questions and do spot readings with listeners.
Call into my Free Teleconference Tonight at 5:30pm Pacific: Ask questions and get your Spot Reading here!
“I've been a Caroline Sutherland fan ever since the first moment I met her in the '90s. In fact, she fulfilled a dream of mine. At our first meeting, Caroline looked at me, clearly saw my deficiencies and nutritional needs, and on the spot designed a special plan for my particular body. I felt understood for the first time.”
- Louise Hay, Author of You Can Heal Your Life
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