Two Wheel Adventures

Some Homer pictures

First two riders to Homer
Chris checking odometer in Homer (A.Bauer)
Homer (A.Bauer)
Another great warrior arriving in Homer (A.Bauer)
Happy ending (A.Bauer)
Happy Ending (A.Bauer)

2 thoughts on “Some Homer pictures”

  1. Awesome photos!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    What’s the latest update on that challenge? What are the final positions? How about that “party” that supposedly happened on the 4th? 😛

  2. My name is Ashley Knecht and I am the Marketing Coordinator for Raven’s Brew Coffee.

    Chris might recognize the name of our company name as we were the company that donated coffee at the Rock Springs and Fairbanks checkpoints, the finish line, had coffee in the gift baskets AND were at the final event.

    I have been reading your blog since the beginning as it was such an AMAZING way to follow real riders as they partook on this amazing journey. Sitting here at Raven’s Brew headquarters, blogs like yours were all I had to connect with the actual real time event!

    I have some great event t-shirts left over that I desperately would LOVE to get in the hands of Chris and any associated friends and family. Basically I am looking to outfit from top to bottom all of you wonderful people involved in some way with the challenge!

    Send me an email at ashleyk@ravensbrew.com if you get a second so I can explain myself a little more. Feel free to call as well if that’s easier for you, 360-352-4121.

    Again, thank you so much for keeping a record of this ride and allowing us as readers, and myself as a sponsor to know a little more about the men and women we are trying to support.

    Hope to speak with you soon,

    Ashley Knecht
    Raven’s Brew Coffee
    Marketing Coordinator
    (e) ashleyk@ravensbrew.com
    (p) 360-352-4121

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