'06 Roster

Brent Winebarger, NORBA Pro

Dave Harris, NORBA Semi-Pro, Ultra Endurance Specialist

Miles Venzara, NORBA Pro

Greg Lewis, NORBA Pro

Lynda Wallenfels, accomplished international pro, endurance specialist, and coach

Andrew Ferguson, Elite Masters rider

Ralph Winebarger, Elite Masters cyclist and owner of Cottonwood Cycles in Farmington, NM

Ben Kraushaar, 2005 NORBA XC National Champion, JrX 15-16

Ian Burnett went straight from JrX to Semi-Pro in '05

Mitch Moreman, Cat 1 roadie, NORBA Pro, climbing ace

Sabina Kraushaar, NORBA Pro

Teal Stetson-Lee, firefighter, previous junior olympian, cyclocross superfreak

Rob Trudeaux, more talent than time

Rick Callies, strong voice for all things audible

Ken Armstrong, CFO, 'The Captain'

Thanks for all the fish

A new dangerous virus that can cause epidemic!

The virus has been found in bats Epidemiologists have found a new virus similar to the one that caused SARS in 2002. Research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences(antidepressants to buy). It is reported that a virus called WIV1-CoV is capable of binding to the same receptors as the SARS virus, which previously was the cause of SARS. According to scientists from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the new virus has been found in bats. Thus it is well reproduced in artificial human airway tissues, and thus can theoretically hit many people. "To be honest, this virus may never get to the person, but if you will get the WIV1-CoV may well start a new epidemic with serious consequences for human health and the global economy", - says head of research Wynette Menaker. At the same time, scientists have found that antibodies that were previously used against of SARS, have been effective against the new virus. At the same time the existing vaccines do not help in the prevention of WIV1-CoV due to small differences in the structure of the coronavirus. The first cases of infection of the virus SARS emerged in China, the virus has infected since 2002, about 8 thousand persons. Out of these, about 800 have died. The virus is transferred through airborne droplets. It is noted that he hit a person's lungs, causing a pulmonary failure, and impaired immunity...

Zika virus was recorded in 52 countries Cases of local transmission of the virus Zika have been reported in 52 countries in the first two months of 2016, according to the myfastweightloss World Health Organization. According to WHO, five of these countries have already announced the end of the epidemic Zika. And three of them reported that the transfer of the virus could be carried out through sexual contact. In 31 countries in North and South America recorded transmission of the virus is indigenous. The last country to announce the transmission of the virus is indigenous, it became Laos. USA, France and Italy reported the local Zikoy diseases in the absence of mosquitoes carrying the virus. The WHO noted that in general the geography of the spread of the disease has grown significantly since its discovery in 2015. In particular, in Colombia since October 1, 2015 on February 20, 2016 42706 cases of Zika virus was detected. Of these, 1,612 laboratory-confirmed cases. At the same time, a growing number of cases, complications associated with Zikoy. In particular, Brazil and French Polynesia have been cases of microcephaly and other defects in newborns. In Brazil, from October 5909 to February noted cases of microcephaly and other defects of the central nervous system, and 139 deaths. Prior to this year in Brazil was recorded about 163 cases of microcephaly in newborns. The WHO bestpainrelievers emphasizes that no direct link between the disease and microcephaly Zikoy children is proved, but the geographical spread of the virus allow data indicate a "greater probability" of such a relationship. Note, previously the Ministry of Health assured that Ukraine is not threatened Zika virus.

Team HealthFX is now one for the history books.  It's been a great few years and many thanks to the sponsors, and super special thanks to Shane Ellison and Ken Armstrong for helping make the team what it has been the last few seasons.

Dave and Lynda's blog has moved to http://2-epic.com/.  Some of the more popular posts will be migrated to their new site but not all of it...

Some of the guys - Andrew, Ken, Greg, Miles - are forming a new team.  You can follow their exploits at www.teamdirectoryplus.com.

I'll keep this site up for awhile...until it's time to renew with the web host.

Rider Squak

  • So long, farewell.

    With a curtsy and a sunset I bid this blog farewell. Life moves on. See you all over at www.2-epic.com my new bloggie home....
    01-30-2008, 10:54 PM by Lynda to Lynda
  • The revolution has come

    ...and without further ado, you'll find it here:  http://2-epic.com/.  This is where Lynda and I will be sharing our journeys, ramblings, thoughts, stumblings...like all sites it's a work in progress.  We'll fill it out in time. In the...
    01-30-2008, 11:33 AM by Dave to Dave
  • (R)evolution

    Since 2001 there's this core group of guys I've been loosely training and racing with.  We've bundled our interests together, shared the enthusiasm, and made a team of it.  The name has changed over the years - Gojus, 505 Trek, HFX - but the...
    01-24-2008, 6:15 AM by Dave to Dave
  • Togwotee

    Tomorrow is the start of a race of a different ilk:  the Togwotee Winter Classic.  This is a bike race in the mountains of Wyoming.  In January.  Dave Byers has the GPX up on the race site.  Here's what I get for the profile...
    01-18-2008, 4:55 PM by Dave to Dave
  • Camp Lynda Digested

    It has taken me a few days to fully digest what a smashing success the camp was. I for one had a superb time. During the whole three days there was a buzz and excitement from all participants. We had about 27 riders. Most came along for 2 days....
    01-16-2008, 8:45 PM by Lynda to Lynda
  • Camp Lynda done, over and out

    It sure was nice to have ~25 folks join us for a long weekend of training.  We got to show off some of the lesser known great rides in the area along with some of the more popular ones.  Today was the finale.  The route had optional sections...
    01-14-2008, 8:06 PM by Dave to Dave
  • Camp Lynda Day Two - Yeehah

    Head count at the start today was 24 riders. One casualty from yesterday - gore, blood, broken finger with bone through skin - get better quick Branden. Ride stats for me today 5:04, 52 miles, 6k climbing, 294 TSS, 0.77 IF. Dave Nice made a few...
    01-13-2008, 3:52 PM by Lynda to Lynda
  • Day One Camp Lynda - Done, tick, fab

    Beauty day despite skipping the big loop in favor of and out and back to avoid the muck up by Danish Ranch. 55 miles, 5:07, 305 TSS was my ride tally. I'm a wee bit tired now. We started off with about 25 riders. Most folks split off into...
    01-12-2008, 4:40 PM by Lynda to Lynda
  • Camp Lynda day 1 in the books

    A great group of riders showed for the first annual Camp Lynda.  Great conditions, sunny skies, good times were on the menu.  Not everyone rode the exact same route, but my stats were 56 miles6319' vert4:52 ride time338 TSS (yikes!) You've...
    01-12-2008, 4:36 PM by Dave to Dave
  • Recursive bootstrapping to form

    Extreme geek alert! More than I can recall  there have been suggestions that I just toss the gears away once and forall.  Finit.  Single is simple.  Liberating.  But...it ain't gonna happen.  Here's why. Like all of us...
    01-11-2008, 7:00 AM by Dave to Dave

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