100 Miles of Nowhere, Dobson Ranch Edition

05.11.2010 | 9:00 am

201005101455.jpg Because it’s generally HOT in Phoenix this time of year, we held the 100 Miles of Nowhere on March 27. We had 27 riders and raised $1780 for Team Fatty (along with $1780 for the Cardon Children’s Medical Center Pediatric Oncology program).

It’s our second year for the 100MoN, and we plan to make it a regular annual event.

You can see our pictures and more write-ups on our Facebook page.

The weather couldn’t have been better for the ride, with the exception of a little bit of wind in the afternoon. Turnout was great, and pictures have been posted. We had 5 Centurians, 4 new ones and the first ever repeat Centurian in 100MilesToNowhere history.

Thanks to all of you who participated, manned the rest stops, or contributed, this year’s 100MilesToNowhere was an outstanding success. We raised $1780.00 for the Lance Armstrong Foundation, and $1780.00 for the Cardon Children’s Medical Center, Pediatric Oncology Program!


  1. Comment by TimD | 05.11.2010 | 9:22 am

    Has someone else’s story disappeared? I am sure there was one earlier

  2. Comment by Dan | 05.11.2010 | 9:26 am

    Where did the unicyclist story go? I was going to show that one to my wife, and now it is gone…

  3. Comment by fatty | 05.11.2010 | 10:01 am

    The Unicyclist story is scheduled for tomorrow at 3pm MDT and will appear again then. I accidentally hit the “Publish Now” button instead of scheduling it this morning.

    Sorry for the confusion — I’m not used to scheduling and publishing so much content in such a short time!


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