I competed in the 2015 Trans Am Bike Race to fulfill and childhood dream of bicycling across the U.S. from sea to shining sea. For most of the race I was the second-placed American and even caught up to all but one of the leading internationals in Missouri, but with 1100 miles to go I got Shermer’s Neck and then it was a struggle getting to the finish. Ultimately I finished the 4,233-mile race in 23 days, 23 hours in 8th place, an epic adventure filled with excitement, regrets, and memories.

Posts about Trans Am Bike Race

11.03.16 My Interview on Adventure Sports Podcast
06.07.16 My Presentation of the 2015 Trans Am Bike Race, in Spanish and English
06.07.16 The Racers of 2016 Trans Am Bike Race
06.05.16 Upcoming TABR Reddit AMA: Ask Me Anything!
05.21.16 TABR Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
09.30.15 Tour Divide vs. Trans Am Bike Race: Which is More Difficult?
09.17.15 Dreaded DoubleTap: SRAM Shifters Are Not Good for Ultras
08.04.15 My Experience with Shermer's Neck
08.03.15 My Biggest Regrets from the Trans Am Bike Race
08.02.15 Injuries Suffered in the Trans Am Bike Race
08.02.15 Tweets from the Trans Am Bike Race
07.20.15 Daily Mileage - 2015 Trans Am Bike Race
07.20.15 Where I Slept in the Trans Am Bike Race
07.19.15 How Much Does it Cost to Do the Trans Am Bike Race?
07.14.15 States the Super Bike Has Ridden
06.30.15 Temperatures During the Trans Am Bike Race