Trevor joins us to chat about the Swift Summit, the spirit of a well tuned event, and aspirations for the future.
From the race:
Join those who are looking to dig deep for an event like no other: part brevet, part gran fondo, part self-supported endurance road race. Riders are provided a cue sheet, a marked course, and aid station/control points approximately 40 miles apart to restock. In between those support checks, riders can access convenience stores and other neutral amenities along the course as needed. The 200-mile route boasts over 10,000 feet of climbing and features several short sections of hard-packed gravel roads, while the 100-mile route checks in just over 5,000 feet of climbing and has no gravel. Both courses offer scenic views of the Cascades Mountain range and run alongside the swift Santiam and Calapooia Rivers.
What we talked about
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