Monday, June 29, 2009

A couple of things.

First:

The greatest race in the world is winding down. Follow Minnesota's very own Joe Meiser and his travels through the New Mexico wild. Click here to listen and here to watch.

Second:

*photo courtesy of J.Kershaw

There is something happening in the great north woods and it doesn't involve a canoe. You see, a couple of the guys that came down here to ride in the windfest known as the Almanzo 100 have decided to build their very own gravel road race. It's called the Heck of the North and it is set to take place on the 26th of September. There are details on the site, which you can find here. It looks like the registration process is the same as it was for the Ragnarok so get out your crayons and get an adult to help you fill out the address 'cause this is one you're not going to want to miss.

1 comment:

K and J said...

The tour divide is crazy. I have been following the whole race. Matt Lee average 148 miles a day for almost 18 days in muddy rainy weather... wow and I thought the Almanzo was tough