Team Fatty Owns Davis: LiveStrong Challenge Report, Part II

07.13.2011 | 10:09 am

T6_2011Fatty_F.jpgA “Hey, Don’t Forget to Buy Stuff” Note from Fatty: Today is day two in the 2012 Fat Cyclist pre-order. Check out yesterday’s post for details on everything that’s out there, and go to Twin Six to do your ordering. Thanks!

You know what the most important difference between events and races is? Easy: I can sleep before events.

Which means that the morning of the ride, I slept right through the night and into the morning, ’til the alarm went off. Soundly and happily.

You know what? I like events.

Then The Hammer and I got up, went down to the lobby, had a leisurely breakfast with other Team Fatty members who were also getting ready. Thanks to some good advice in picking out a hotel, we had just a few minutes bike ride to get to the starting line.

At which point, thanks to who we are and what we’d done, we could go straight to the front of the line. Where we had a date with a photographer.

We continued getting ready and a comfortable, leisurely pace. Until I had the bright idea of looking at the time. We needed to be at the starting line in five minutes. Oops.

A quick scramble got us there, and I rolled my bike up to the front, where the photographer had already begun taking pictures.

“Hi there,” I said. “The Award-Winning Beloved Internet Celebrity Blogger is here. You may begin photographing in earnest now.”

And he got some good shots. Here’s Team Fatty looking happy:


And here we are, flexing our massive muscles:


We Shall Not Be Out-Chanted

After the photo session, we had half an hour to stand around before the start. During this time, an outrage occurred: A bunch of kids got in front of our place in the line. As if they were somehow more important than we.

The nerve!

OK, actually they were the kids from Texas 4000 — a group of college kids working their way from Texas to Alaska, spreading cancer awareness and raising money along the way. So I’m going to give them a pass on being in front of us, I suppose.

But then they had gumption — those wacky kids — to huddle up and do some kind of raucous cheer, leaving Team Fatty looking rather quiet and . . . ummm . . . cheerless.

photo.JPGPanicked, I looked back and saw Mike Levin (shown here with Stanley Tucci at the awards dinner the night before), the very first Team Fatty member in the history of the universe (yes, even before me). “We need a cheer!” I yelled at him. “Now!

Without a moment’s hesitation, he yelled, with the emphasis and gusto that can come only with utter conviction,




Immediately — and with the zeal of true believers — we all took up the chant. All 50+ of us. That’s a lot of people affirming their love of pie. When we finished, the announcer observed, “I’m pretty sure Team Fatty would like some pie.”

Well put, announcer guy.

The Most Wisest Wisdom I Shall Every Give You

Just before 7:30, Lance got up and said a few words, in which he publicly acknowledged Team Fatty, not to mention how awesome it would be if there were no more cancer and LiveStrong headquarters could be converted into a pie shop (yes, really).

Team Fatty superstar Zeeeter caught it on video. Watch it:

Then Lance took off with his riding buddies — I don’t think I’ll ever understand or like the way he goes ahead of everyone like that — after which we took off, right behind the Texas 4000 college kids.

Evidently, the college kids did not expect us to attack them right out of the gate.

Within a mile, fifteen or more of us had formed The Big Orange Train. Within two miles, we passed the fastest of the Texas 4000 kids.

“So long, teenagers!” I yelled as we went by.

Team Fatty was in front, as was proper.

Except there was a flaw in our plan: We let the Chapek brothers conduct the train.

The thing you need to know about Matt and Greg Chapek is that they’re both strong riders. And they both love to take long pulls at the front.

The other thing you need to know about them is that if you let them lead you, they will totally take you off course.

Which is why about thirty or so of us took the first exit — instead of the second one — out of a roundabout.

Which, in turn, is why I got a chance to yell, “So long, teenagers!” to the Texas 4000 kids a second time a couple miles later.

The Orange Train (aka “The Miracle of Flight”)

As we entered the countryside, an amazing thing happened: a group of about fifteen Team Fatty riders — including a tandem! — just sort of naturally wound up in the same spot:


At which point we organized ourselves into a paceline powerhouse.


Here’s another shot of the Orange Train, which I’m putting in mostly because of the rather expertly-executed photobomb by the mysterious rider in the Team RadioShack kit:


Thanks to a flat course, a cool morning, and no wind, we motored along at an amazing pace — never dropping below 20mph. The Chapek brothers seemed to be making it a point of pride to have one or the other of them doing the pulling about 80% of the time. Which worked just fine for me, and The Hammer constantly effused about how nice it was to just get sucked along, soft-pedaling, at 22mph.

Climb Time

At least for those doing the 105-mile course, this was not just a flat ride. About 35 miles-ish in, the climbing began.


Some people called the climb “Cardiac Hill.” Which, frankly, is a little bit melodramatic. What it actually is is a beautiful mountain pass with a moderate grade.

Steep enough, though, that our train broke up and we were left to our own devices. For myself, I was happy to have a chance to get off the saddle — I’m not used to that much in-the-seat pedaling all at once.

We hit the first turnaround point at 44 miles and then got to do the climb through the mountain, this time in the other direction. I wasn’t complaining, but I could see that the “2400 feet of elevation gain” in the official ride profile was going to be wrrrrroooonng. By about 50%.

Oh, and just as an aside, has anyone else ever noticed that when you do an out-and-back over mountain passes, the elevation profile always winds up looking like a demon? Like this:


Scary, huh?

Despair, Repaired

The Hammer and I felt like we were having just an exceptional day, right up ’til about mile 60 or so. And then came an intersection that was not clearly marked. We made our best guess — that we should continue straight and start riding the 70-milers’ course, but before long we were second-guessing ourselves

And it’s amazing the way self-doubt saps your strength, your motivation.

We slowed way down, looking ahead and behind. No riders in sight. We became increasingly confident we had gone the wrong way.

And then Brent — a Team Fatty rider, naturally — motored up behind us, told us with confidence that we were on the right course, and then rode and gave us a big ol’ mighty pull.

Just what we needed. I tell you, Team Fatty are the best people there is (are?).

Let’s Finish This

At the 70 mile aid station, The Hammer and I found we weren’t too far behind — or in front of — a lot of the original Orange Train riders. We regrouped just in time for a quick uphill and then 30 miles of mostly flat, which we dispatched at about 20mph.

Riding in a paceline is awesome.

As we rode, our paceline grew. Like a bike-based Katamari ball or something. Mostly folks would just absorb right in and become good citizens on the train.

There was one guy, though, who I think had never been in a paceline. Or perhaps he was a slow learner. In any case, he would ride in the back of the train most of the time, resting. Fine, he wasn’t the only one doing that; we didn’t mind passengers.

What was weird, though, was that every once in a while, he would attack. Just pull out of line and ride his lungs out, ’til he popped and had to slouch to the back of the train again.

Maybe he thought that one of those times his solo breakaway would succeed and he’d reach escape velocity? I dunno.

Meanwhile, the train chugged along. Matt C was no longer part of the ride — he had discombobulated and was riding a slower pace to the end — but his brother Greg still did about 50% of the pulling. Dude’s a total workhorse.

And then, just a couple miles before the finish line, we caught up with Angie.

The very same Angie who had organized the Team Fatty get-together at the Hall of Fame on Friday night.

The very same Angie who had taken upon herself the task of bringing The Hammer’s and my borrowed bikes from Santa Rosa.

The very same Angie who is, quite possibly, the nicest person in the world.

So you can imagine my shock when, when she saw us, instead of riding in together as a big Orange Train of Solidarity, she attacked. Hard.

I tell you, people have entirely different personalities on the bike than they do the rest of the time.

And Now for the Part You’ve All Been Waiting For

In the prior three LiveStrong Challenges I’ve done, I’ve always hung out at the finish line, congratulating Team Fatty folks as they finished. This time, though, I changed the tradition, and for good reason: David had brought pie. Like, 20 of them. All sitting there in the tent.

Furthermore, Roger W’s son Spencer had brought over a couple ice chests full of drinks. And some chips.

Therefore, I did the smart thing and changed clothes, went to the tent, and ate pie while talking with Team Fatty for the rest of the afternoon.

What did we talk about? Everything. Nothing. We were all over the place. Just a bunch of people who hardly knew each other at the beginning of the weekend, but are all really good friends now.

Unfortunately, Yann didn’t quite make it to the post-ride pie-fest. He had something more fun to do:


Dehydration and exhaustion had caught up with him at the very end of the ride. Sadly, by the time he had gotten out of the hospital, the pie was all gone. Sorry, Yann.

But really, what would you expect from a group of people called ‘Team Fatty?’


  1. Comment by Jefferson | 07.13.2011 | 10:42 am

    Looks like you had a blast! Thanks for blogging about it so I can live vicariously through you! GO FATTY!

  2. Comment by roan | 07.13.2011 | 11:09 am

    Great ride and Great people !
    Observation from a few bikes behind Fatty & Lisa at the startline. I’m sure Lisa chest thumped Fatty again. When Texas 4000 took off the Hammer nailed it and didn’t wait for the announcer to release Team Fatty, she took off and the Team followed. The announcer caught off guard said something like…there they go Team Fatty.

  3. Comment by Doug (Way upstate NY) | 07.13.2011 | 11:26 am

    I made a little report of my own with pictures.

    The Orange Train paceline was awesome to ride in. When we got to the hills I somehow found myself riding in front of the Fatty Charge with Greg. The little secret is we had some wonderful motivation. Needed a bathroom break. While we were riding up the hill I called first dibs, Greg said it was a sprint, so the race was on.

    The other really memorable part of the ride was when the course martial told us to be careful about 3 miles outside of town. We were going through an olive grove and the trees were weeping olive oil on the pavement. A little slick, but it sure smelled yummy!

  4. Comment by Roger Whitney | 07.13.2011 | 11:46 am

    God Bless Team Fatty.

    I was very proud to have my son see such a wonderful group of people in action. A great trip

  5. Comment by Haven-KT | 07.13.2011 | 11:50 am

    How amazing and awesome! Now I really am kicking myself about not going. Great pics, awesome story.

  6. Comment by Roger Whitney | 07.13.2011 | 11:52 am

    Elden, Awesome job on the awards speach. As is Elden’s way, he simply shared quotes from Team Fatty about cancer and why they are fattys. It was perfect

  7. Comment by stuckinmypedals | 07.13.2011 | 12:07 pm

    Nice re-cap Fatty. My day was more like Yann’s except I wasn’t tough enough to nail down all 105. So glad you’re feeling better, Yann.

    Fatty, & @Doug (Way Upstate NY), do you mind if I skitch some of your photos, giving you credit of course?

    @zeeeter Can I include your video over in my write-up, too?

    What a great weekend it was. Thanks again, Fatty!

  8. Comment by Nic Grillo | 07.13.2011 | 12:16 pm

    Awesome write up Fatty! I think you truly captured the essence of the ride. I laughed pretty hard when I saw the “demon” graphic! In hindsight, I should NOT have jumped on to that group of three guys that passed us at Mile 10 or so. They did 24+ all the way to the hills, and it burned me out. I dug into the “suitcase of courage” a bit too early, I think. Lesson learned. Once I caught you guys at the turn around, and again at the 70 stop, I tried to hang on, but then decided to ride sweep instead! Regardless of my poor strategerie and preparation, I had an awesome time and can’t wait to do it again next year!

    BTW, anyone else doing Levi’s in Oct?

  9. Comment by Susie H | 07.13.2011 | 12:26 pm

    So glad to be a part of it all, if only as a course marshal! I loved seeing all of you ride by spraying gravel in my face as a I directed you through the turns! ha!

    And yes, the pie was indeed a fabulous way to end it all…see you next year!

  10. Comment by nosferaustin | 07.13.2011 | 12:42 pm

    Um, I sure hope the part about the guy attacking and then sitting in wasn’t about me! This is Steven from SLC, who rode until the climb with the orange train and had a blast. I caught up again at the rest stop up top but then you guys all abandoned me while I went to pee! In all honesty, that was the sweetest start to a ride ever, I’ve never had a spontaneous pace line last so long or be so friendly in a ride. I can’t wait to do it again. Unfortunately, my legs decided to bail on me at the end (I think they thought we were going on the 70 mile course) so I had to roll in a little behind the big orange but I made it in time for pie! Thanks to Angie for organizing so much and to Fatty for bringing it all together. When do we get to sign up for next year?

  11. Comment by Liz | 07.13.2011 | 12:58 pm

    Wow, thanks for the great summary — felt like I was there. What a great day and great effort by Team Fatty and all its supporters.

    Hope Yann is feeling better soon and sorry he missed the pie.

  12. Comment by zeeeter | 07.13.2011 | 12:59 pm

    Hi stuckinmypedals – no problem linking/ using the youtube video or any of the photos, just mention where they came from and leave comments if you want! :)

    Hope this comment will post – here’s the links to some photo galleries from the weekend also

    Thanks to everyone involved – had such a great time meeting up with everyone and doing some good at the same time!

  13. Comment by zeeeter | 07.13.2011 | 1:00 pm

    Ugly long links, sorry about that, but they do work at least!

  14. Comment by MoN #4450 | 07.13.2011 | 1:01 pm

    Fatty, looking at the time & temp gradient on your Garmin download, was it still on mountain daylight time, or did it auto adjust to PDT?
    Wondering if that 96f+ was one of Yann’s demons.
    Also, thanks for validating the elevation, and everything else you do.


  15. Comment by AK Chick | 07.13.2011 | 1:09 pm

    Elden, Thanks for mentioning the Texas 4000 riders! They are a great group of kids!

    We are hosting a big AlaskaLIVE, LiveSTRONG, Texas 4000 Summit on August 13, the day after the kids arrive in Anchorage, AK. The most exciting part, besides the kids getting here after pedaling over 4000 miles in two+ months, is that our AlaskaLIVE leader extraordinaire, Rachelle Alger aka Superwoman, talked LiveSTRONG CEO Doug Ulman into making a visit. We’ll get Lance up here yet! We have mountains that rival those found in Tour de France, though they don’t all have roads going up them. :)

    I think next year, I might have to make Davis, CA my LiveSTRONG ride goal. It’s closer to AK (and therefore, less expensive to fly down) and I have relatives down there so I can come a little early and get acclimated to the heat.

    I’m not a big pie person…can we add chocolate cake to the pie chant? :) We want pie AND chocolate cake!

  16. Comment by PeckishCyclist | 07.13.2011 | 1:12 pm

    Beautifully documented, as always, Fatty. But you missed this view of the post-ride paceline:

    We. Want. Pie.


  17. Comment by Justin L. | 07.13.2011 | 1:36 pm

    I should of grabbed that train in the start. I started at a nice pace, rode with a few fatty’s for the first ten miles. Then everyone around me stopped at the first rest stop. I continued and ended up riding most of the 105 alone. On the way out to the climb, when everyone was on the way back, i felt pressure to pick up the pace. Now i know next time, to jump out front and grab on the train. Thanks!!! Good times!!!! My only regret is not grabbing a slice of pie before i left.

  18. Comment by MattC | 07.13.2011 | 1:38 pm

    Awesome writeup Fatty! I don’t recall being quite as strong (or taking quite as long pulls) as you mentioned…I DO recall how amazingly strong Greg (my bro) was/is. I was pretty cooked by the 72 mile point, but hammered in mostly solo that last 35 miles…but I don’t regret a mooment of that awesome 33 mile paceline…it was the most fun I’ve had on a road bike!

    I’ve finally uploaded some pics from the weekend ontline, here is the link for anybody who is interested (I’ve had a few requests):

    I can’t hardly wait for next year! Now I just need to order my 2021 jersey. Heading there now.

    And hey Fatty..I need to come up for your Tour de Donut someday…I think that is a race I could do REALLY well in!

  19. Comment by Dan in Sac | 07.13.2011 | 1:40 pm

    Solo rider was picking up the mid-ride sprint points. Green jer-zeeee!

    Nice report and it looked like a great day to be out.

  20. Comment by gregc | 07.13.2011 | 1:43 pm

    Fatty- great summary- I’d like to add my two cents:
    The wrong turn 1 mile in: I’m positive the course volunteer was a Spike the Dog supporter that purposely send me off course (but the detour through campus wasn’t too bad and we caught up to the orange train quickly)
    Fast Pace: The double paceline the first 35 miles was really fun. I did not expect to blow past the first couple rest stops without stopping (but if our fearless leader says don’t stop- who am I to argue?).
    Hill Climbing: When we hit the hills and the climbing, Doug (way upstate NY) and I passed the time by discussing who was going to get to the porta-potty first, hence it became a contest of who wanted (needed it?) the worst. Pretty much a dead heat and none too soon!
    Long Pulls: I seem to recall Fatty taking endless pulls and my just trying to hold on.
    Angie G (aka Rocket Girl): she always earns the nickname and is one of the nicest people I know.
    Pie and chilling in the tent: superb!
    In Summary: I have to say that this was one of the most fun century’s I’ve done in a long time, the camaraderie and the riding mostly the entire ride with team members in pacelines was fantastic. This is the LiveStrong event that all others shall be judged by.

  21. Comment by MattC | 07.13.2011 | 1:56 pm

    Oh, and as to Greg and I “totally take you off course”, THAT WASN’T OUR FAULT! We were TOLD to go right! (the person directing traffic evidently meant for us to STAY right on the square-about, but when we hit it at 20+mph and the person says RIGHT, you turn RIGHT. I kind of think I would be able to NOT crash into a curb and go just go around it…if the route is straight then we need to be told “straight”.

  22. Comment by AngieG | 07.13.2011 | 2:00 pm

    You are being too kind Fatty. I had the most amazing time.

    And yes I let a little of the “competitive beast within” out when you all caught Kristine and I at the end. Oops!! :-)

    Thanks to everyone who came. It seems like once a year just isn’t enough. You all are such amazing people and it truly is a pleasure being a Fatty with all of you!!!

    As for those who are coming to Levi’s GF. If you all can let me know , I can try to organize a get together. I won’t be riding because I actually work the event as one of the Registration organizers. But I would be happy to make sure you all get a chance to get together and organize your Team Fatty ride strategy. :-) I’d love to see the Big Orange Train take over the Fondo!!! That would be impressive!! :-)

  23. Comment by AngieG | 07.13.2011 | 2:09 pm

    To my brothers from another mother: MattC and GregC- This was a fabulous weekend and it makes me realize how crappy it is that we live so far apart.

    Thanks for hanging in the Livestrong Village with me on Sat and for helping so much with the Friday nite get together. I never could have pulled it off without your help. I think the people at the Davis Safeway are still wondering what hit them. :-) You both even survived my formula 1 style driving in the big red Ford.

    You are both tremendous people and I feel truly blessed to call you both friends. :-)

  24. Comment by Dave T | 07.13.2011 | 2:14 pm

    Nice write fatty that looks like one fine pace line. Perhaps someday Rob and I can be part of that line you would get quite a draft from us. I have posted some picture from the weekend, see link.


  25. Comment by monkeywebb | 07.13.2011 | 3:07 pm

    Mike found my shoes! I think they stuck around waiting to be served pie.
    Next year it’s out of the SAG driver’s seat and back in the saddle. Looking forward to it.
    Anyone hear from San Jose Lisa? That lady needs a shout out for exceptional effort w/ little reward. She forgot her helmet at home and was booted from the ride before mile 2. Raised about a grand and I don’t know that she even got pie.

  26. Comment by Paul Guyot | 07.13.2011 | 3:39 pm

    Great write up. Really great.

    I hope the Livestrong Challenge event in Austin will have some Fatties for me to get dropped by!

    Anyone going?

  27. Comment by Andrew | 07.13.2011 | 3:51 pm

    Wow, those photos turned out great! They’re downright frame-worthy!

    @AngieG – I think Kristine and I will definitely be at the Fondo; we’ll email you!

  28. Comment by davidh-marin,ca | 07.13.2011 | 6:45 pm

    @yann- I owe you some pie. Reach out, we’ll make a Bakery Ride-(Pt. Reyes, Tomales, Freestone, or just Comforts(San Anselmo)ride), pie will be on me.

    As for our Radio Shack kitted ‘photobomb’ rider: Meet Gary Phelps from Modesto California. Like everyone he has a Livestrong Story to share, and it reminds us what we work/ride for. I rode with he and Mike from Genentech for a goodly spell, before we met another group of Fatty’s at the last stop. I would expect Gary to have a new kit next year.

    GranFondo: Anyone not yet signed up, transfers are pretty common. I got mine about two weeks before last year’s event. I’m sure Angie:
    can help steer you in the right direction. I hope to bring the Team Fatty Mascot for this event. Maybe we could have Fatty ‘pull’ him, thereby giving us true Fatty’s a chance to keep up:101_9262.jpg
    He’ll look great with a Heavyweight Horsepower stencil on his side…or Elden on top.

    I brought this cartoon along to share, but it became buried under the pie. This ones for you Yann.

    Lastly, who we ride for: My father who had a colonectomy/lymphectomy in December, Chemotherapy since February, (with the not surprising complications). Had his post treatment scan and the call from the doctor to come in. Today they told him all signs clear. He’s 85. LIVESTRONG DAD

  29. Comment by AK Chick | 07.13.2011 | 6:53 pm

    @davidh-marin,ca Oh my, oh my, oh my! I LOVE the picture of the mascot! I think Elden should have to ride the mascot! :) hee hee hee

    Awesome news about your dad! My brother-in-law (late 20’s) has stage 4 colon cancer (8% chance of surviving 5 years). Every mile I ride and run is for him this year. He is on a chemo regimen that has had some side affects, but he hasn’t lost his hair. :)

    @Paul Guyot I hope to travel from Alaska to Austin (not by bike though like Texas 4000, but by plane) in October. I will be a member of AlaskaLIVE unless they don’t have a team and then I’ll join Team Fatty. It will depend on fundraising. My goal is $15K. Yikes!

  30. Comment by AnthonyR | 07.13.2011 | 7:38 pm

    As one of the folks who was picked up by the Orange Train near the very end, big thanks for making crossing the finish line a perfect end to a great ride and event. And I was just finishing the 70 (you guys are fast). Great boost to help me finish strong and in style. Thanks Team Fatty!

  31. Comment by JC- Cookie Athlete | 07.13.2011 | 9:23 pm

    Okay, I just found this site. I’ll be needing to order a jersey pronto. Excite to follow you.

  32. Comment by davidh-marin,ca | 07.13.2011 | 10:24 pm

    What ‘Happy’ (the horse) lacks in stature he makes for up for in attitude. (like someone else we know) I hope to bring him to the Gran Fondo, but my wife just asks that we don’t’ eat him. I’m not promising pie, I was thinking of bringing avocados and letting Elden loose.

    Best wishes from down south to your brother in law, LIVESTRONG!!!!

  33. Comment by davidh-marin,ca | 07.13.2011 | 11:10 pm

    So, I am still expecting others to enter their Davis Livestrong data, but to date, with the exception of YahooRob who rode a day earlier, and ‘allegedly’ completed the course (I believe you) we have approximately 5300 Kudos in on the +3 site. About 1350 miles or $79.50. That’s 2/3 of the way to another bike for Africa!! Look forward to seeing everyones data in the +3 system, and multiple bikes to Africa from this event alone!

  34. Comment by gregc | 07.13.2011 | 11:13 pm

    I’m glad to hear the Jann is OK. His new bike is the bomb (Jann won the syip bike and was the feature of a recent fatty post)- beautiful work for sure.

    I’m looking forward to a little video action of the ride, set to an appropriate musical selection of course.

    Any lastly to Fatty and the Hammer- thanks again for your friendship and leadership and channeling a lot of good from so many good people. LIVESTRONG!!

  35. Comment by Doug (Way upstate NY) | 07.14.2011 | 5:33 am

    @stuckinmypedals sure use whatever pictures you want….


  36. Comment by Bryan Kreger | 07.14.2011 | 6:25 am

    Great ride! Sounds like it was a great event!
    One quick thing. While I know all the focus was on Davis there isnt a team Fatty even formed for Philly… Thoughts? I am all set to sign up and ride but only want to ride with other fat cyclists! Please let me know what is being done and what if anything I can do to help.

  37. Comment by Bike Nazi | 07.15.2011 | 11:20 am

    Great job! Way to show those young people who’s boss!

  38. Comment by evil3 | 07.15.2011 | 1:12 pm

    I want pie now! -_-’

    On a side note, I won’t be able to pre-order a jersey, due to not having the funding right now. But I will try to get one if there are any left later. I do know I would need a Medium sized one.

  39. Comment by CassieG (spawn of AngieG) | 07.15.2011 | 10:19 pm

    Mr. Fatty,

    I would like to point out that my mother is not as nice as she seems. It is all an illusion…a very deceptive illusion. It’s like a mirage in the Sahara Desert of an oasis…it’s not REAL. I have to admit though, for all the ball busting she does, she sure is one of the greatest moms there is (are?). All I hear are good things from her about all of the Team Fatty riders. I’m glad her spunky personality is appreciated by such a great group of people.

  40. Comment by Christopher Stephens | 07.18.2011 | 8:04 pm

    Well, of course you want pie. I knew that, and that’s how I raised over $1,000 for the cause:

    Go Team Fatty!

  41. Comment by Mike Roadie | 07.19.2011 | 9:44 am

    The very same Angie who told me to wait for her to get to the final rest/aid station, and then blew by there while I waited an extra half-hour! LOL!


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