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Delta to Salt Lake City – Huntsman 140 – Jeff Warren

I can’t believe this year’s Ride From Reno is over. Seriously. I truly can’t believe and, don’t want it to be, over. We endured pain, suffering, joy, happiness, loneliness, camaraderie, misery, elation, sadness, spiritual awakening, and virtually every other emotion … Continue reading

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Ely to Delta (Day 4) – Jeff Warren

I am so very grateful to be alive! As we got on our bikes this morning for the ride up Sacramento Pass, the first emotion I felt was that of gratitude. I am with the very best group people on … Continue reading

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Day 3 – Jeff Warren

What an incredible day this has been! It started with a man meeting us at our morning ‘instruction-devotional’ session (where I normally get teary and Jason mocks me!) and told us he has 3 nephews or grandsons who are going … Continue reading

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Days 1 & 2 – Jeff Warren

First and foremost, my thanks to Denise Martinsen for getting me online! Our internet signal isn’t what it could be out here in the hinterlands. We began this little adventure yesterday morning, leaving the downtown Arch in Reno ~ 7:10 … Continue reading

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Epilogue – Jeff Warren

The 2015 Ride From Reno is complete. Done. Finished. Finito. An absolutely amazing group of people, riders and their supporters, came together to ride their bikes while raising funds to help Huntsman Cancer Institute develop better tolerated, less toxic treatments … Continue reading

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Day 5 – Jeff Warren

I could hardly sleep last night. I didn’t get into bed until after midnight and woke-up at 4 a.m. ready to roll. I had so many things to do before the Huntsman 140 began and my mind was racing. All … Continue reading

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Day 4 – Jeff Warren

First of all, my apologies for not posting sooner. Day-4 began at the Wind Farm ~ 40-miles east of Ely, Nevada, and ended at Delta, Utah, a mere 112-miles later. I don’t know why this day is so taxing but, … Continue reading

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Day 3 – Eureka to the Wind Farm – Jeff Warren

Today was so tough, with a total of 5-climbs, including the highest summit on this ride at 7,700 feet. The day was brutally hot until mid-afternoon when a cloud cover made things more tolerable. But, even with the cloud cover … Continue reading

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