nd then saw Dan & Andrew running through the entrance so we raced after them.......of course we got no payback help on finding the clue box.....
TarAsia - YES....the wooden bikes in Bolivia seemed the most dangerous of all we did on the Race!!!! Our photographer was on the back of a 4 wheeler and one on a bike and they said Ken and I were clocked through the tunnel going 35 mph......XOXOXO, T
Tina, congratulations on a well run race.
As for Dan and Andrew, those &&%$^& did have an opportunity to help you out. That 30 minutes that it took you to find the clue box and return to the mat must have felt a lot longer.
As for the wooden bikes, Wow!! Very few people ever get to ride any kind of bicycle 35 miles an hour and for you to do that on a wooden one must have been both frightening and exhilirating. I'm so evnvious
We all have pre-conceptions about what it would be like to participate in the race. What surprised you the most about the conduct of the race and how it is run?
Were you a fan of the race before? If so, who were your favorite racers of the past?
I looked at Ken's NFL statistics. He had an excellent year in 1981 with 7 interceptions. He was only 25 but that was really his last good year. I'm assuming he must have sustained some sort of serious injury. Did he? If so, what was it and does it still affect him to this day?