Posts Tagged ‘Cycling’

Let’s Go Ride 200 Miles

Posted on August 3rd, 2013 by Jess Run/Hike/Bike
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A couple weekends ago, Brent and I went on an adventure with a couple of our friends. We took off and headed to Seattle to ride our bikes down to Portland. I was a little worried about how it would go because I had not had as many successful training rides as I wanted to […]

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STP

Posted on July 15th, 2013 by Jess Run/Hike/Bike
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Despite only having my longest ride be 35 miles, I managed to ride from Seattle to Portland! The ride was a blast and the company was great. Now I have two century rides under my belt and in one weekend! More on the ride later!

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Christmas Letter 2012

Posted on December 8th, 2012 by Jess Life Run/Hike/Bike
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Greetings friends and family! Boy has it been a year for us. We hope that this note finds you well and encouraged for the new year ahead of us. I don’t have a lot of space on this years mailing, so I’ll keep it brief. We started off our year in search of two things, […]

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STP Day Two!

Posted on August 28th, 2012 by Brent Life Photo/Video
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The day started early. I awoke mildly uncomfortably damp in the enclosed atmosphere of the tent, condensation running down the walls. At least I had padding in the form of grass, which meant my rest was more satisfactory than the night previous. I don’t like waking up, especially when uncomfortable. My stubborn desire for sleep […]

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STP Day 1

Posted on July 14th, 2012 by Brent Life
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Today started off early. We woke up at five, groggily preparing our gear, double checking supplies and eventually getting on the road. The drive to the start line was slow, hundreds of cars with bikes on or behind them, queued up down the Seattle streets. We arrived at the University of Washington parking lot a […]

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Ridin’ da Bike

Posted on April 22nd, 2012 by Brent Life Photo/Video
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As the weather has been steadily improving, the whole community has been waking up. It used to be that Jess and I could run for miles and not see another person walking, let alone running. Now the fair-weather, winter-afflicted souls our out about creating the hustle and bustle that make Bozeman so enjoyable in the […]

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