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Endurance Cyclist Rides 3,000 Miles in 13 Days, Completely Self-Supported

An endurance cyclist from Idaho has become the first person to ever complete the prestigious Race Across America as a completely self-supported solo racer. Jay Petervary cycled 3,000 miles, including 170,000 feet of climbing, while carrying all of his own gear, and he finished the race in just under 13 days. The Race Across America [...]

Published On 08/11/2011
9:17 PM EDT
An endurance cyclist from Idaho has become the first person to ever complete the prestigious Race Across America as a completely self-supported solo racer. Jay Petervary cycled 3,000 miles, including 170,000 feet of climbing, while carrying all of his own gear, and he finished the race in just under 13 days.