Race Across America
The marquee event is the Race Across America (RAAM) - a transcontinental bicycle race starting on the west coast and finishing on the east coast. The race covers 3000 miles across the Rockies, the heartland of America, and finally the Appalachians. It continues to stand as one the toughest events in the world and a tribute to human endurance.
Race Across the West
The Race Across the West is an associated event in its third year. It runs concurrently with the Race Across America and covers the first 860 miles of the RAAM course finishing in Durango,CO. This is a real chance for competitors to test themselves on the RAAM course against the RAAM racers. The 860 mile distance makes this a truly unique event.
Other Associated Events:
It takes a lot of preparation and thought to race any endurance style race. We offer multipleCrew Seminars to help you with your teams preparation. Hosted by RAAM veterans, the seminar agenda covers many of the things that you will encounter from early prepaprations through registration, the start, during the race, etc.
Dates and Locations 2013-14:
Copenhagen, Denmark - December 7, 2013
Sacramento, CA, USA - January 25, 2014
Austin, TX, USA - February 8, 2014
London, England - February 22, 2014
Central Europe - March, TBA
Northeast, USA - April, TBA
If you are planning on racing a RAAM Qualifier, RAW, RAAM, a UMCA record attempt or any other crewed endurance cycling event, the seminars are for you.
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