Cycling Adventures with Brian Toone

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Follow the crazy adventures of an Alabama cyclist taking on the Race Across America (again) in 2017.

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Heart of the South 500 – The Details

[...] , thankful that they had removed the stop sign on the other side of the bridge and also at the Co Rd 10 intersection half a mile later. We flew along Kelly Creek Rd until I tried to coordinate on the [...]

Nashville to Natchez – Ride Report

[...] time averaging well over 20mph. Then I detoured off of Hwy 11 at Livingston and headed over to Co Rd 21 which had some amazing views of the Tenn-Tom waterway from a couple hundred feet higher in the [...]

To the beach (and back)!

[...] the dirt roads all the way to AL-52 for about half a mile, another dirt road, and finally Co Rd 285 which takes you to Lakeland Park, the highest point in Florida. I hopped in the car, and was [...]

Catching up on some epic adventures

[...] called Canyon Mouth. I took a short break here before heading on some really awesome valley roads (Co Rd 58 and Co Rd 41) northeast through Cherokee County. Somewhere through here I crossed over into [...]

Rouge Roubaix 2014

[...] the first chase group. I helped drive this group and at first it looked like we would catch the lead group. They were only 30 seconds ahead of us! But the lead group was smaller and stronger than our [...]

Racing season kick-off 2014

[...] from Southern Cross where I just didn’t have it on that opening climb and watched the lead group of eight riders ride away from me less than halfway up the climb. Also easing the Southern [...]

Hell of the South 2014

[...] (Texas Roadhouse). Tanner Hurst (Cumberland Cycling) and I bridged up to those to make it a lead group of 4. We rolled it hard but the 3 behind us caught back up again. A mile or two later, David [...]

Wisconsin Racing and Riding

[...] the three of us rolled the last half lap until we caught a few more people coming off the lead group. The last person we caught was near the top of the climb, and he came back around us which was [...]

Wrapping up the year with the Festive 500

[...] . But by the time I made it to Minong, I was so cold I spent well over an hour warming up at a gas station and decided to do everything in one ride. Riding in the snow was much better this day because [...]

2014 Season Summary

[...] lower 50s. Here I am in Wisconsin absolutely frozen trying to drink enough coffee at a gas station to try to warm up in the middle of July!!! The next weekend back home in Alabama I rode [...]

Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline

[...] and I decide to head south on I-65 all the way down to AL-119 to buy more water and food at the gas station to hand out to drivers stuck on I-65 north. When we exit the freeway, we discover rather [...]

A cold day in Wisconsin

[...] part warmed, another one would take its place in sending the dominant pain signal. The closest gas station on my route was in Trego, about 25 miles into my ride, and I knew that would be a stretch to [...]

Mid Atlantic 24 Hour Time Trial

[...] ’s 1st place win is also phenomenal given that his longest ride prior to this 24 hour race was 150 miles. I’m skipping ahead of myself, though. How did we get to this moment in [...]

24 hour mountain bike nationals – data and details

[...] line carefully to avoid riding over some big rocks. Those rocks were also rideable, but for a 24 hour race you are looking to save every ounce of energy and save your body from as many rock-jolts as [...]

Alabama Road Race State Championship

[...] shifting data (specifically lap 6) from the race. One of the things that I learned from the 24 hour race was that I tended to shift into easier gears when I started to get tired. So when I started to [...]

24 hours in the enchanted forest

[...] the chain, refilling my camelbak, getting me food, drink, and coaching me through my first 24 hour race to a top 10 finish with some really strong guys here!) Also, a big shout-out to Kyle Taylor who [...]

So close … gravel grovel ultracx series finale

[...] put a lot more work and time into this so he truly is a deserving champion. Here’s my heartrate data and the podium pictures - Annotated heartrate data from the 2013 Gravel Grovel Male open [...]

River Gorge Road Race

[...] was far enough back not to see clearly what was going on in front. Here’s all my heartrate data from the race: River Gorge Road Race – heartrate zone summary River Gorge road [...]

Inaugural Oak Ass 100 mile mtb race

[...] lining up to tackle such an epic course – what an epic day! Here’s my annotated heartrate data … there are so many speed spikes I decided to take them out of the graph so you can [...]

2013 Alabama State Time Trial

[...] strong Awesome to see strong rides from these para athletes. Finally, here’s all my heartrate data from the race - Heartrate zone summary (click to enlarge) Annotated heartrate plot (click to [...]

Everesting Karl Daly

[...] every now and then and see how far he had made it and also relay my own progress. On our second lap together, Louis Pfau arrived with his van that he parked at the bottom. He wanted to try [...]

2013 Season Summary

[...] me, and this year’s state road race was quite perfect. The two of us broke away on the second lap, and then Mark dropped me a little more than halfway up the climb on the final lap. I stayed [...]

2013 Alabama State Criterium plus LP Field Finale

[...] in these two videos. In the first one, Mike Olheiser (Cashcall Mortgage) breaks away on the second lap after I let a tiny gap open coming out of the slippery turn 2. Mike takes one look back, sees [...]

Inaugural Oak Ass 100 mile mtb race

[...] when I hit some loose rocks and went down hard unexpectedly. I was not even halfway through my second lap and already crashed hard twice. This crash was high enough speed that I slid on the ground a [...]

Cohutta 100+ adventure

[...] maps on the website (I memorized the whole 500 mile route for the Heart of the South 500 mile race). Also, I could have pre-loaded the course into my Garmin. Normally I would do that, but I wasn& [...]

Heart of the South 500

[...] ), Talladega, St Clair (again), Shelby, Jefferson (again) Annotated topocreator map of the 500 mile race, includes approximate timing station times (click to enlarge and view a 12 MB map, click a [...]

Catching up on some epic adventures

[...] me the last 32 miles in order for her to practice her role as support crew chief for the 500 mile race. But when we met each other at the Arby’s in Blue Ridge, there was a much more traffic [...]

Inaugural Oak Ass 100 mile mtb race

[...] me going, though, was knowing that I was in the lead. Both Scott and Brian were doing the 50 mile race. This kept me motivated not to give up. I think if Jeff had been in front of me at this point, I [...]

Gravel Grovel Pre-ride

[...] ; so completely ravenous and bonked for the last climb and descent. The description for the race course is perfect – mix of road, mtb, and cross specific sections. This really is the perfect [...]

A little bit of arctic adventure in the deep south

[...] road and followed this forever … eventually hitting this year’s Alabama state road race course overlapping with it from the four way stop at the church all the way down past the steep [...]

Cohutta 100+ adventure

[...] would be as good a year as any to race Cohutta, and I was not disappointed. What an amazing race course and race! Update – Kristine and her BRF Kim Moon (I think that stands for Best Running [...]

24 hour mountain bike nationals – data and details

[...] was some narrow, bumpy singletrack alongside a beautifully paved road. No paved road for the race course, however, with 18 miles of single track and just over a mile of dirt road for a grand total of [...]

Oak Ass 100 Miles of Awesome

[...] to enlarge) Last year I was very sentimental after winning the inaugural Oak Ass 100 mile mountain bike race at the place where it all started. 25 years earlier, me and my dad would join a couple of [...]

An adventure out west

[...] bike-car collision six weeks ago is from New Mexico where I am getting ready to race 24 hour mountain bike nationals near Gallup, NM. Everything has healed up great including my jaw, but I’m still [...]

Oak Mountain Chainbuster MTB Race

[...] The Report My first experience in timed endurance mountain bike racing went really well – I came away with a win in the solo expert class. But more [...]

So close … gravel grovel ultracx series finale

[...] . Fields were really large averaging maybe 75 riders or more in the Pro/1/2 fields. On the mountain bike, I started off my season with a surprise win at the Southern Cross ultra cx kick-off event. I [...]

2014 Season Summary

[...] America for 2015, but when my good buddy Kyle Taylor asked me if I wanted to race 24 hour mountain bike nationals, which would lead to several conflicts with the SRS series, I decided to switch to a [...]

Oak Ass 100 Miles of Awesome

[...] the TN/NC border. We’ve stayed in touch via Facebook and had planned to race 24 hour mountain bike nationals together before that all fell apart when I nearly literally fell apart a couple [...]

24 hour mountain bike nationals – data and details

[...] My adventure out west to race 24 hour mountain bike nationals led to a 7th place finish and lots of lessons learned for next year’s Race Across [...]

An adventure out west

[...] -car collision six weeks ago is from New Mexico where I am getting ready to race 24 hour mountain bike nationals near Gallup, NM. Everything has healed up great including my jaw, but I’m still being [...]

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Heart of the South 500 – The Details

[...] , thankful that they had removed the stop sign on the other side of the bridge and also at the Co Rd 10 intersection half a mile later. We flew along Kelly Creek Rd until I tried to coordinate on the [...]

Nashville to Natchez – Ride Report

[...] time averaging well over 20mph. Then I detoured off of Hwy 11 at Livingston and headed over to Co Rd 21 which had some amazing views of the Tenn-Tom waterway from a couple hundred feet higher in the [...]

To the beach (and back)!

[...] the dirt roads all the way to AL-52 for about half a mile, another dirt road, and finally Co Rd 285 which takes you to Lakeland Park, the highest point in Florida. I hopped in the car, and was [...]

Catching up on some epic adventures

[...] called Canyon Mouth. I took a short break here before heading on some really awesome valley roads (Co Rd 58 and Co Rd 41) northeast through Cherokee County. Somewhere through here I crossed over into [...]

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