RUS LAVEN: A day of climbs and canyons

A day of climbs and canyons
June 17, 2024

By Rus Laven

Today was a day of some serious climbs made a little more challenging because of strong winds which seemed to change direction frequently.

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THAD VAUGHN: Passing the build day baton in Logan, Utah

Passing the build day baton in Logan, Utah
June 13, 2024

By Thad Vaughn

After an inspirational gathering with another Fuller Bike Adventure group, we took the baton on a project for a young lady named Ashley.

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SARA NESSENBAUM: A lesson in resourcefulness

KIM EISENBARTH: First build day of the Wild West ride

DAVID KRAEMER: Where the hills are rolling and cattle are lowing

Where the hills are rolling and cattle are lowing
June 6, 2024

By David Kraemer

Twenty miles of peaceful rolling hills, beautiful meadows, and a picturesque canyon lined by a ribbon of locomotive track presented a peaceful start to the day.  

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THAD VAUGHN: A gradual climb on the way to Deer Lodge, Montana

A gradual climb into Deer Lodge, Montana
June 4, 2024

By Thad Vaughn

We set out from Missouri Montana. to Deer Lodge, Montana. 

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PAUL RICHARDS: Keeping our cool through the rain

Keeping our cool through the rain
June 3, 2024

By Paul Richards

Today, we started our journey to Missoula, Montana.

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SIERRA JOCKISCH: Great way to start my first Fuller ride

BENJAMIN WONG: That’s why we call it an “Adventure”

That's why we call it an "Adventure"
June 1, 2024

By Benjamin Wong

We rolled-out a bit late due to a real stick-to-your-ribs breakfast of biscuits and gravy, sausage, eggs, pancakes, and waffles at the Pinehurst Kingston Lions club, where we saw many of the generous folks who fed us the previous day, as well as some locals who built alongsde with us, and even one of the build site owners.  A great start to the day, despite the impending time crunch due to the day’s scheduling.

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RUSSELL BALL: Surely there’s a life lesson on this rocky road

Surely there's a life lesson on this rocky road
June 1, 2024

By Russell Ball

Today we rode into Superior Montana from Idaho. There was a fair amount of climbing which is never my strong suit but low gears and patience got me through it.

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