Starting on Monday, September 16th, two Peloton 65 riders will be heading out on an intense 10 day ride through the Pyrenees.
Phil Mueller, Thomas’ Dad, and Paul Beaudry, the co-lead of the Phage Display Project, an innovative research project that is the sole beneficiary of all Peloton 65 fundraising efforts, have been training for months, and on the 16th begin this amazing adventure.
The Rapha Cent Cols Challenge Pyrenees route is one of three rides, and is considered the most rural and technical of the rides. Ten days without crossing a major town, this route has some of the steepest climbs and the roughest roads.
Phil and Paul will be riding an average of 200 km per day and climbing roughly 4500 meters in total, wearing the Peloton 65 kit proudly.
Follow their progress here and on Facebook (Phil’s personal Facebook page if you follow him, and Peloton 65 Facebook page).
Ride strong, Phil and Paul!