“I got my LoToJa start time, did you?” my husband casually asked one day when I arrived home from work. Hmmm, no I hadn’t seen an email.
Come to think of it, I hadn’t seen any emails from the LoToJa headquarters since I registered for the event back in April. I made a mental note to look into it the following day, but didn’t think much about it. After all, I had been a LoToJa finisher for the last eight years so I’m sure everything was on track for another year.
LoToJa, short for Logan To Jackson, is a one-day, 206-mile bicycle race that winds through three states and over 8,000 vertical feet of mountain passes. [Read more…]