I'm Randy Mouri and this blog is about my quest to be an official finisher in the Race Across AMerica (RAAM), the toughest endurance race in the world. It's over and I became an official solo finisher in 11 days, 1 hour and 13 minutes! We continue to raise money and awareness on behalf of Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia (Habitat NoVa). If you would like to make a donation to Habitat NoVa, please visit my page on Habitat’s site. Endless thanks to our sponsors and all the folks that have made such generous contributions. Team Mouri would not have been able to travel so comfortably, which certainly may have changed the outcome of the race.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

TS 12, 13, and 14

Randy has now covered 875 miles passing through the Time Stations at Motezuma Creek, UT, Cortez, CO, and Durango, CO. Randy changed bikes (to climbing bike?) after Cortez on his way to Durango. According to the Crew, Durango was "accomplished with a lot of pain and effort."

Randy had to get to Durango within 81 hours. Riders who do not make the time limit are disqualified from the remainder of the race. According to RAAM stats, the highest attrition occurs in the first 1000 miles.

1 comment:

jebuswim said...

Randy, you are looking strong. We are following you closely. With any luck my bro-in law might try to see you by now between Durango and Pagosa. He lives in Bayfield.

the word verification to post was "redfart" LMAO