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  • Writer's pictureJames Kammeyer

Over the Continental Divide on a Tandem

A customer in Colorado told us about their ride last year over the continental divide on their Thoris tandem. It was a 3-day adventure as they journeyed from Aurora to their cabin in Breckenridge. They mentioned, "Dual batteries performed great but just barely made it to the cabin on the last day (50 miles 6122 ft elev. gain) going over Loveland Pass. Guess I used too much Turbo going up the pass." It sounds like a lot of fun to us! Here are their pictures.

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