In 2007 I thru-hiked the 2175 mile Appalachian Trail. That is where my love for endurance activity was born, which of course led to running ultramarathons. Of course? I had never run more than 3 miles in my life. Of course it was only natural that now my goal was to cover 100 miles of mountains in one continuous run. Of course. Then in 2010 I thru-hiked the 2650 mile Pacific Crest Trail. It was before that hike that I reached out to Adam Bradley aka Krudmeister. He was kind enough to provide advice and gave me a big mental boost on what was sure to be an epic adventure.
So who is Krudmeister? Well, he is the man who is about to set off on that he is calling BLC to the Bering Sea. Bike. Hike. Paddle. Three modes of human powered transportation to go from Reno, NV (Biggest Little City) to the Bering Sea. His website outlines the adventure. Go there to check out the details. Leave comments. Follow the journey.
Also, for a great podcast interview on Krudmeister, go HERE.
If you still aren’t hooked, here are the numbers.