As I made mention of in the last post, I have officially quit my job at MOAB bikes in order to embark on a cross-country bicycle expedition along the Adventure Cycling Association's TransAmerica route. I've given myself about 2.5 months to complete the journey of roughly 4,600 miles which, after some research, seems to be about the average amount of time it takes other people. That equates to about 75 miles per day or so. These are pre-ride predictions, so we'll see how it actually pans out...
Where do I even begin? How about January, 2012.
As many of you know, I've been an employee of MOAB bikes for about a year and half. Adam D. was my "in" as far as I can tell, since I had worked with him previously at another bike shop and he could vouch for me.. It was great hanging out with him again and catching up after not seeing each other much over the prior few years. I obviously got to know everyone else there as well since we relied heavily on each other to get our work done. It's a neat dynamic if you've never stopped in to say hello.
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