Whoa, quite a trip. Imagine 1200 miles on the same bike you ride the park with. Too cool.
Dang! Now THAT is an adventure. Keep us posted on his progress.
What a champ. I wouldn't want to do that on a nice light road bike, let alone a sick shredding machine like the Blur. Major respect right there.
Haha very awesome!
That bike looks nuts though with the skinny tires.
what a monster.
That bar thingee-ma-jig from April Fools that turns gravity machines to pedaling machines, after you replace your rear shock with it, might have come in handy. JK JK :D
Awesome mission! Love that he brought his guitar too. I've driven that route and it takes a while but it's beautiful.
Nice work. This is a cool adventure.
Another nutter rode his bike across Canada to Whistler. 2500 miles or so. He did it on an Intense DH bike and then got a job with the mountain when he arrived.
Legend. Combining, IMHO, the two most rad cycling disciplines, mtb and touring. No front brake too!!
Best thing I've seen in a while...
What does his route look like the rest of the way?
I'd laugh if this turned into a forest gump esque mission, hundreds of riders just following behind
Holy god.. He's going all out.
Dear Brad, you are a beast. Respect due. I'd buy you a beer or a lift ticket, but maybe you need a front brake first...? ;¬)
YEAH BRAD! hope you're having the time of your life out there
Rad. Love the pic in Bolinas....you could blindfold him with a piece of string.
Hey Brad, stop by Creekside in Whistler for a beer! Your killing it dude!
"To all my friends,
I thank you all for the birthday wishes. They made me feel real good. I have made my way up to Portland Oregon where I have met up with my Dad. It is real nice to finally be with someone I know. A few days of relaxation is much needed at this point and even more importantly a damn BEER! I will soon be in Seattle where I will grunt out the last leg of my journey. My destination is Whistler and my arrival there is drawing soo close I can taste it. Although there has no doubt been some rough moments overall the trip has been truly awesome. I have no regrets what so ever. This country is filled with wonderful people (no doubt a couple shady ones too). I thank you all for the support you have shown in me, it is truly what keeps me going during the rough times. I also apologize for not updating you of my safety this is my first time with access to a computer. But, please know that I am well and very much ALIVE! Cant wait to see you all....
Till next time,
Yep, lots of awesome people out there for sure, but if you want to find the sh!theads, ride a bicycle on the road.
Glad the trip has gone safely.
Such a rad trip. Hope to drop some energy nugs or something on the side of I5 for him.
Way to go Brad. You are in fact, The Man. With a weeks rest, you should be able to get up on the mountain. Slap on that front brake and enjoy some coasting down the hills. Congratulations!
Nice work!!! Rest up for some runs! No Joke and In Deep are calling your name.