Race Across The Sky 2010
In 2009, "Race Across the Sky" captured the imagination of countless bicycle enthusiasts when Lance Armstrong not only won the Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race, but set a new course record that seemed unattainable. However, The hit film was way more than just a chronicle of Lance's athletic prowess. It was a fabulous documentary that showed us the sacrifice, pain and pleasure of many amateur riders and their families- a tremendous interweaving of personal stories that made for tremendous cinema.
This year, "Race Across the Sky 2010" delves into the resulting race entry boom, including record numbers of regular Freds (amateur riders), all with their own personal reasons for challenging themselves to this epic test of will, strength and endurance. Joined by the toughest elite field this high-altitude century race has ever seen, (including US Pro rider Levi Leipheimer), these riders are tested by one of the most brutal courses known to the sport.
The Leadville Trail 100 began as a running race 27 years ago and mountain bike racing was added in 1994, becoming a competition with more than 1,000 entries. It has become increasingly popular, more than doubling its number of entries over the last six years.
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Seattle, WA 98109
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