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If you have ever ridden a mototcycle for more than 400 miles a day you will know how impressive (and a little crazy) this accomplishment is: An American motorcyclist made the 5,632-mile trek from the northernmost road in Alaska to the southernmost tip of Florida in 100 hours and set a transcontinental record certified by the "Iron Butt Association" of bike enthusiasts.

"I’m a little tired ... a little bit bruised," biker Gary Eagan said by phone after finishing the journey on his Ducati Multistrada.

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Yesterday in Denver, it was our annual "Bike to Work Day", where we are encouraged to ride our bicycles to work. Not being one to give up an opportunity for a free breakfast and a t-shirt, I rode my bicycle 17 miles to work. On my way home, at about mile 9, my tire went flat. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a repair kit, but I did have my cell phone, so my wife had to pick me up...

At any rate, I’m discovering today about the accuracy of the title of Dr. Schramm’s post.

John

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