Cycling in support of Limbs For Life

Cycling in support of Limbs For Life
Cycling in support of Limbs For Life

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

AZTR 750

I'm heading back out to tackle this beast yet again!  Come Wednesday I will be touching down in Tuscon, AZ to embark once more on the sweet 750 miles of what make up that absolutely effin fantastic trail stretching the length of Arizona.  Heading north from Mexico to Utah, this off road trail is home to the longest single track bike race in the world.  And yes... that includes the 24 mile shlep of bike and gear through the big ditch.  Both the 300 and the 750 are getting raced again this year, with about 40 riders racing in total.  It's an early start for the 750s down along the border, with about an hour and a half of riding before meeting up with the rest of the 300s.  From there we mad dash it together, dropping the short runners near Superior before continuing north.  As usual, this is done self supported.

Feeling like a turd after coffee and ready to go, the bags have been packed and the gear sorted and weaned.  You can follow me here at:  Or to read a bit more about the 750 and check out the course:

1 comment:

  1. Kurt! Good luck in the GD race! POST PICTURES!!