Day 19 – May 25, 2010

Check out new Videos from the Road!

Only a few more days and the Miracle Riders will be back.  Several of the guys have blogged today.  James Cole wrote a special piece about the Taco Kid – you don’t want to miss it!

Don’t forget to click on the Homecoming link to learn more about the Homecoming and Return Ride on the Riverwalk.  Come out and support the Miracle Riders as they come home!

Read Dr. Joseph Zanga’s support for Scott and the Miracle Riders on Columbus Regional’s blog: Dr. Zanga is Chief of Pediatrics at The Medical Center.


Scott’s Ride 2010

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Day 18 – May 24, 2010

Apparently, there was more to James Cole’s blog than was loaded.  Please see below the UNEDITED, but complete version.

Day 18 - Scott, Larry with Uncle Sharky and family

From James Cole…

I finally found a T V Typewriter available and this is the way I see it-  

The last three or four days the weather has been perfect for bike riding’

Sunshiny days, cool to warm temperatures and light winds.  Beautiful scenery especially along the Pacific coast and inland riding along side the Columbia River I wonder what   Lewis and Clark thought.  Coming into Big Sky country wasn’t bad either.  If  one ever plans on the perfect bike ride, this would be it.  Except for the first week.                                        


Day 17 – May 23, 2010

Day 17 - Beautiful homes on coast of Maine

Special note: Mike Langford’s Riders Road is ready and is giving a special thanks to all the wives!  

Day 17 – Lobster!


Day 16 – May 22, 2010

Scott had too much fun last night with the Drag Queen Contestants to send in a blog for today (see picture and commentary from Riders Road below.)  So, here is today’s featured Riders Road from Mike Langford. 

Day 16….Buffalo, NY

 490 Miles (7,534 total)     

35 states down

I miss counted last night, 7534 should be correct. An interesting item here, for some at least, these 11 bikes have been the same route for 15 days now, but the odometers don’t match up. Some are many, many miles off. Kinda like the GPSs that never say the same thing.