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Shout out to our supporters in Fort Scott, Kansas!

I’ve just ridden through Fort Scott, Kansas, and there was a group on the roadside with a Cayman flag cheering like mad. Got a high five as I rode past. I’ve no idea who they were, but it was very cool and a real boost after four days in the saddle. Thanks guys! Guy Manning

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See you on the east coast!

Finally, Saturday 17th June… race day! Months of training, all about to come to use as we tackle the first day. Vehicles, bikes, helmets and even shoes have been inspected, and all final paperwork is now out of the way. All that’s left is the 3089 mile bike ride – no small feat given how […]

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Driving lessons

It’s all systems go now from sunny Oceanside! Whilst the riders and crew chief headed down to official registration this morning, it was time for a few miles training of a different sort for team 3k4’s crew – testing out the 30ft RV! The RV will be following the minivan and riders the whole 3000 […]

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We have arrived in Oceanside!

Wednesday was a busy day for team 3k4 – alongside the safe arrival of the remaining team 3k4 riders and their bikes, we received a delivery of our team kit! After spending the morning relocating base from San Diego to Oceanside, the riders couldn’t wait to get out and test out the new gear. (Check […]

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Sunny Tuesday in San Diego

After a testing day yesterday locating a bike rack to fit the follow vehicle, everybody was ready to make the most of the final down day before our big move up to Oceanside tomorrow. The crew went off to explore San Diego harbour and quench our thirst at the famous Gaslamp district. Guy and Sudarshan […]

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Final Training and Grooming

With just one weekend left in Cayman before flying to California on Sunday, I thought I should probably simulate a full day’s racing to see how my knackered knees hold up. Our basic strategy for the race is for each of the guys to do six x one hour solo efforts a day.  We’ll split […]

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RAAM training – not for the faint hearted

Had an altercation with a car today, the car won and I ended up in a ditch having performed a somersault over my handlebars…. minus score for the landing I’m afraid!!!! Thought this video might be amusing to those viewers who aren’t of a weak constitution…. Craig

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Gulp… taking advantage of the bank holiday weekend

RAAM is nearly upon us. I have just been eating my lunch and looking at the official website. Feeling very nervous about the whole thing! Fortunately though, we have a bank holiday weekend in the BVI which is great. Ideal opportunity to spend some quality time with the family, take Harry on his first boat […]

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Getting high

Out of sheer desperation, conscious of the 3,000m altitude of some of the mountainous roads on the RAAM route, I decided to have a go at using Intermittent Hypoxic Exposure (IHE) to get my body acclimatised to working at altitude. I visited The Altitude Centre in central London: the entire room had a reduced partial pressure […]

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Craig & Guy Training Update

Hi all, It’s been a frustrating couple of months off the bike for me, recovering from patella tendonitis in my knees after a February training camp in the mountains of Mallorca.  So it was great to get out on the bike yesterday for a pain free ride with Craig.  He’s been a bit bored training […]

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