Day 6 of 7…

It’s hard to believe that in 3 days you can ride a bicycle from Douglas, AZ to El Paso, Texas. But we did! We picked up Pancho Villa’s trail in Columbus, USA, a town he invaded in 1916. Then we headed north to Mesilla where Billy the Kid was tried for murder. All riders holding up well. EvenRead More >

Emily’s Run for Scholarships

On November 6, 2016 Extreme Karma Fundraiser – Emily Falkner – ran the New York City Marathon. She dedicated her run to raising money for our Barrio Scholarship program. She blew her goal away and raised $4,000! We are SO proud of you Emily. Emily quote after race: “Best day ever! I New York!!” Emily withRead More >

Following torrential rains we slogged into Douglas yesterday for the start of our Rancho Feliz “Lost Tequila Trail 400” fundraising Bicycle ride. After a sumptuous dinner and drinks at Robin Brekhus’s, Avenue Hotel we all went to bed only to be awakened by Kevin Johansen stumbling in at 2:30am. Robin fixed us biscuits & gravyRead More >

Riding to feed 5,000 people

Extreme Karma Bikers Riding to Feed 5,000   We have a group of Extreme Karma Riders set to conquer the Lost Tequila Trail 400 at the beginning of November.  Their goal is to raise $18,500 (and awareness) for our Fall 2016 food & blanket distribution. Please support these Extreme Karma Riders to raise money to feedRead More >

The Scotts are off…

Morris, Dalton & Casey headed out to start their Extreme Karma Challenge… “The wheels of Karma spins … Do I choose this or that?” Amtrak losing our box was unacceptable. Losing a day was stressful and caused problems, lots of them. There were many misdeeds to keep track of. Plans to change. Money wasted. WeRead More >

Kathleen Day 2 ~ memorable

This is the sign now appearing on my jersey. Does anyone have a knitting group or competitive tiddlywinks I could join? What a memorable day We rode 130 miles with 8,200 ft. of climbing over the Cascade Mts. That alone was beyond me but to add in a thunderstorm and sleet at the 91 mileRead More >

Chance 7-6-16

Welcome to a Journey across the USA Kathleen Kirk July 6, 2016 Chance, choice and a challenging cycling adventure AS A LIFE COACH AND SPEAKER I ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO LOOK AT THEIR PATTERNS OF THINKING AND BEHAVING, THEN SHARE STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUES SO THEY CAN CREATE THE LIFE THEY REALLY WANT. MY PASSION IS TORead More >

Greatest Lesson

5-21-16 The final and greatest lesson I learned while bicycling 1,200 miles across Namibia and South Africa. It’s been a week now since we rode victoriously into Cape Town. I’m currently sitting in the airport lounge (such as it is) in Hoedspruit, South Africa. Feeling is slowly returning to my palms and wrists. I noRead More >

Dead-dog tired

Though we have finished the ride, I have a blog post that I was unable to get on-line due to the remoteness of our route. I would like to share this post with you now. 5-13-16 More lessons I’ve learned while bicycling across Namibia and South Africa. (Preface – these are my personal lessons learned.Read More >

11 Days in…

We did it….. on Saturday, May 14th at approximate 1:00 pm “Team Rancho Feliz” hit the Atlantic Ocean on the tip of Africa! Mike Hobin completed his mind-boggling 7,500 mile ride from Cairo, Egypt to Cape Town, South Africa and Troy, Kevin, Eric & I completed our 1,200 mile section from Windhoek, Namibia to CapeRead More >

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