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Team Ross Bike Training

Brian, his sisters Lisa & Jody, and his nephew Shawn are training for Ride For Life Alaska--in Alaska, California, and Illinois.

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    Today, a very cold ride on the Seward Hwy. The sign warns of ice/rock slide danger. Oh boy! Fight cancer! Donate at www.BrianBikes.com!
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    From the Dimond Center to Beluga Point and then home, just over 24 miles. Fight cancer! Donate at www.BrianBikes.com!
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    Lisa and Jody are biking in Cali, getting ready for Ride For Life Alaska. They are up to 60 miles a day on weekends. Links to their donation pages are also at www.BrianBikes.com or at www.TeamRossBiking.com.
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    Love this shot of Jody. Fight cancer with a donation at www.TeamRossBiking.com.
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    I finally went with the pedals that clip right to the shoes--and I can already feel an improvement. www.BrianBikes.com
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    There is the cleat that clips in. Biking shoes have reinforced soles for a firmer pedal surface. Donate to fight cancer at www.BrianBikes.com.
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    4/22 on the Seward Highway. This dall sheep was only about 50 feet above the highway. I've never seen one that low. Donate to fight cancer at www.BrianBikes.com
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    4/22, A chilly, but beautiful day on the Turnagain Arm, with a high tide and a slow Alaskan sunset. Fight cancer at www.BrianBikes.com
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    4/22, Sleeping Lady at about 8pm. I'm about 15 minutes from completing a 25 mile ride, with a nice tailwind pushing me along. Thank you for your donations to fight cancer at www.BrianBikes.com
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    Jody and Lisa do some high-altitude bike training in Cali. Note the safety orange. Smart sisters! Donate at www.BrianBikes.com
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    Summer 2010. Me with Shawn, Lisa, and Jody. They flew up here on vacation. We rented bikes and rode the Coastal Trail. It was the birth of TEAM ROSS. Give to fight cancer at www.BrianBikes.com
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    FIRST MOOSE OF THE SEASON! I decided to double back and take the road. www.BrianBikes.com, give to help fight colorectal cancer in Anchorage.
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    The Kincaid drop-off. I love this first look at the water. A moose was right around that first bend--I could have touched it as I sped by. www.BrianBikes.com, 5% goes to the Lance Armstrong Foundation to cure cancer.
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    Point Woronzof after 15 miles of biking. Anchorage patiently awaits a lazy sunset. www.BrianBikes.com, help fund colorectal cancer screenings and save lives!
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    My biking buddy. This was right outside of Earthquake Park. An animal disease researcher rode behind me in a truck as I biked the yellow line BETWEEN two moose on the shoulders. I LOVE ALASKA!! www.BrianBikes.com--BEAT CANCER!