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Date Posted: 04:42:53 07/01/15 Wed
Author: Weezy
Subject: Race Across America 2015

Well, folks, another RAAM is history!

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Lots of interesting folks stopped at "my" time station in Rouzerville, PA.

If anyone has any photos to share, please let me know.

I think I will need a new shirt for signing next year.

The two shirts i have been getting signed are just about full.

I met lots of great folks (racers and crew) from USA, Brazill, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Austrailia, Norway, Colombia, United Kingdom, and more.

One team even had us watch the rider's bike while he slept and they ran to the store. Imagine a Tour rider asking a complete stranger to watch a race bike our in the boonies.

Lots of people enjotyed the gluten-free goodies that I had baked.

Yes, my station is stocked with a variety of complementary fresh fruit and gluten-free goods.

Next year, i promise some home-baked vegan goodies as well.

Coffee is always on offer at the station, even at 3 AM, along with clean restrooms.

Next year,, we might even have hot, made-to-order breakfasts if people think they might be interested.

I actually got to meet Janet Osprey Christiansen and Dina Hannah -- two remarkable women, on or offt the bike.

Lots of money was raised for charities.

Please consider adopting a time station in your locality for next year's race.

If the rules stay the way they are, you can even ride alongside a rider for 10 minutes or so along the course.

Consider taking your local riding group on a ride between two timestaions.

Amazing --

Lots of opportunites to really dedicated riders -- and folks riding just like you.

Count down to RAAM 2016 has begun.

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