Chris Scott apparently runs a premier dungeon for cyclists too stupid to know better than riding 100 miles being anything but fun. Sure there is drinking, camping, etc, etc before and afterwards but 100 miles of hella hard mountain biking in one day is just about the stupidist thing I've heard of. Hell many of them won't finish, and know this from the start.
I'm going to practice my 80 hour 12oz endurance series myself this weekend, with old friends such as Founders, Stone, Terrapin, and other new friends I'm sure. Tonight it kicks off with pre-made pulled pork from the BBQ. Should be good. Deciding if I am going to do another run tonight. Choices.
Sunday I will ride, just a question of MTB or Road'ish. Maybe I will do the DKEG Leesburg Gravel Grinder. 35-40 miles with the rolling hills of Northern VA. Doing the ride/climb up the mountain road I grew up on freaks me out a little bit but I will plan on doing it for now. Though I am going to watch the weather. Next week I will try and do a 60 miler.
Extreme POGO - Who knew? Search for Vurtego Pogo
Pretty painful to watch at first but then the start doing okay.
And not sure if I've mentioned/shown this previously but saw it again on Rich's blog:
This will be a mandatory item for a ride I'm planning this fall.