The six days costs around $900 per person. It includes bicycle support, three meals a day, hot showers, massages and transport of camping equipment. It also provides electricity to charge phones and other equipment.
|Many of the riders leave around 6 a.m. and make camp in late morning or early afternoon.|
|The tents were like a mini-city, complete with access to bathrooms and water. Notice the clothes hanging in the tree?|
Randy Furukawa, with the Washington Sports Massage Team, said that they treat about 20 people a day, primarily for neck, shoulders and back strain due to cyclists holding the weight of their heads as they ride.
|This is one of two trucks used to transport equipment between camps. The Palouse camp was prior to Cheney and the group stayed there two nights.|