Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Early this morning we started the fourth leg of the Rayce, spanning Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Normal, Illinois. Dividing this stage was a checkpoint in our own city of Kalamazoo where the race passed through the Western Michigan University: College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. It turned out to be a very solid day of racing and the sun backed our journey all the way into the state of Indiana. Now we've found a hotel in the city of Goshen, just beyond where we left off with the race for the day. Tomorrow we will continue on with hopes of reaching the stage stop at Normal, Illinois. From Ann Arbor to Kalamazoo was just over 150 miles, while the route from Kalamazoo to Normal is nearly 300 miles. The second half of this stage is the longest of this years race, and we will need to make good time to complete it without taking a penalty for trailering. Hopefully we will not run into any of the rain that is forecast, or that will cut our chances of finishing this stage under our own power even slimmer. Until tomorrow, Kenwood Hoben

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