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On August 2nd, 2014, I dipped the front wheel of my bicycle in the Pacific Ocean. After starting off by dipping my rear wheel in the Atlantic 92 days prior, and riding my bike 4300 miles (and then some) across these fine United States. I have seen the count...
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The road to Damascus
May 15 & 16, trip days 12 & 13. (Note: pictures are all at the end of the blog post. It was raining a lot, so I didn't take many.) Don't you have the sense to come in out of the rain? Apparently not. I knew it was going to rain on this trip and that I would...
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Guest Book
Hi!  Please comment below to sign the guest book. If I don't know you, please leave a little comment letting me know how you found this blog! Thanks for reading, and thanks for signing! Best regards, Aaron
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Loaded for bear
    Carrying a lot of baggage It was a beautiful weekend in the Philadelphia area, and I
hope you all got a chance to go outside and enjoy the sunshine and warmth. I took the opportunity to enjoy the sunshine by riding my
bike with 30 lbs of gear strapped t...
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FAQ
Wait, what!? Seriously, you’re
riding across the whole country, surely you must be joking? Yes, I’m serious.  No, this is not an April Fool’s joke - despite the
date of this post. And don't call me Shirley. Why are you doing this, are you
crazy? I’m doing i...
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Who in the what now?
Ok, so I’ve been talking a lot about how I feel about this
trip, how excited or nervous I am, etc, but I realize I haven’t said a whole
lot about the specifics and what will be going on. So, here ya go! The ride starts on May 4 th from Williamsburg,
Virgini...
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Just Cause
(*Unless I do it again.) O ver the years of doing races and endurance sports events, there are a
series of questions that tend to bubble up as the most common. For the
Philadelphia Triathlon it tends to be “Do you really swim in the Schuylkill
River?!” For ...
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