First Annual WEDU Aspen Fifty a Great Success
Lance Armstrong's event company WEDU, put on the Aspen Fifty Mountain Bike ride on September 18, in Aspen, Colorado
The ride was an epic 50-mile mountain bike ride with 7,500 feet of climbing.
Lance Armstrong commented "After a ton of planning and quite a bit of on the job training, we held our first official WEDU event. The ASPEN FIFTY took place on September 18, in Aspen, Colorado. The ride was an epic 50-mile mountain bike ride with 7,500 feet of climbing that began and ended at the Buttermilk Ski area. The route took 75 of riders through the iconic single track of: Tom Blake, Rim Trail, Hummingbird, Four Corners, Lanedo, and Woody Creek. The event was mainly made up of the WEDU tribe, as well as Tejay Van Garderen, Lachlan Morton, Lucas Euser, Dylan Casey and many more."
"Andy Curtis and our friends from Heavy Pour Productions put together this EPIC video recap of the event. We thought y’all might want to see it first. Thanks to everyone who came out to Colorado all the way from Toronto and Mexico. A special thanks to our friends and beneficiaries at the Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association. We can’t wait to see everyone next year."
"Just a little hint: if you are in Texas stay tuned. We may have our next event popping up soon. Make sure your friends are signed up here to get the first shot at being a part of the event."
"Special thanks to everyone who is helping build this thing. You truly stepped up when we asked."
"Who wants to do a 50 mile mountain bike ride with 7,500 feet of climbing in ASPEN?"
"You quickly responded…WEDU."
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VIDEO: WEDU Aspen 50 Recap