Rider Number Forty, Please Come In July 28th 2006 So after 900 miles of qualifying rides, months of preparation and years of dreaming, I finally received my acceptance package from the organizers of the Boston-Boston-Montreal 750-mile brevet, addressed to “Rider #40, Wes Cheney.”
Rider Number Forty.
I don’t think that an hour goes by without my mind straying to BMB. Easily a quarter of front of the refrigerator is now devoted to BM ... read more
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Wes Cheney has been hooked on biking ever since his parents strapped him into a baby seat on the back of his momma's bike. By the age of nine Wes was fogging film with his first camera and had written the definitive biography of his dead hamsters, Cinnamon, Nutmeg and Ginger. After three semesters of college Wes dropped out, traded in the knobbies & flats on his first mountain bike for slicks and drops, and liquidated his trust fund to ride across Europe, much to the consternation of his parents. Upon arriving home he signed up with the Navy in order to finance his return to college. A res... full info