The second shift crew found this "eaglemobile" while breakfasting in Tuba City, Arizona. It made us all want to flap.
Jason, capturing the sunrise in mesa country. We've been through some of the most spectacular countryside in America. Only 1% of the course is on Interstates.
Christi, fueling up the riders on the day shift.
When Marshall's training for his next marathon, his favorite refreshment is Shira, from Lipsey Mountain Spring Water.
Jerome is ready to take over from Tony, coming up behind him.
The air mattress in the back of the pace car had a leak, leaving the guys trying to sleep on the plywood underneath. This is air mattress #2. Apparently, the maid hasn't come through this morning.
The Priests in Taos in front of the Remmington statue at the time station.
Frank at the continental divide along our route.
Warren... being Warren.
Warren, Christi and Jason checking out a classic Chevy.
This racer had a mechanical problem. Unfortunately we were in our shuttle and had no spares, so we couldn't help.
Tony's sister-in-law drove an hour with her sons to be at time station 19 to watch him come through. At 2:30am!
Tony, sailing into the time station at 2:30.
Mel helps David D get ready for his next ride.
Before setting out for a hard climbing leg, Dave A always makes sure he's well-hydrated with Shirah water from Lipsey Mountain Spring Water.
As we approached the top of the Rockies, the signs got a little more ominous.
There's nothing higher than this point between here and the Atlantic. It was going to be a long fast ride downhill, so David D and David R helped Dave A add some layers for warmth.
Dave A, enjoying his 35+mph run downhill on his Orbea.
David D, ready to take over at the bottom of the hill.
David R helps load up Dave A's bike.
Whether in the mountains or the hot flatlands of Kansas (pictured), Mel prefers the refreshing taste of Shirah from Lipsey Mountain Spring Water.