Tag: Team Type 2

Team Type 2 finishes RAAM in 7 days

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Team Type 2 officially finished Race Across America (RAAM) in 7 days, 15 hours, and 8 minutes. They began their 3,005-mile journey in Oceanside, California June 12 and crossed the finish line in Annapolis, Maryland June 20, in hopes to inspire others living with diabetes, to achieve their dreams.  All the riders in Team Type …
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Team Type 1 & Team Type 2 on RAAM

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            Team Type 1′s Race Across America Update: Team Type 1 has been averaging 23.5 mph during the Race Across America and crew members suggest the team is, in fact, traveling faster, and may have a chance at beating its own 3,000+ mile record of 5 days, 9 hours and 3 …
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Team Type 2′s Rob Coburn provides RAAM update

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Rob Coburn, Team Type 2 Guest Blog: Team Type 2 rider Rob Coburn provides an update during Race Across America.  Over a quarter of the race down, and I’m somewhere in Colorado. The Milky Way is an incredible sight at night, and the Monument Valley just after sun up is truly breathtaking.  It’s 4 p.m. mountain time and …
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Jerry Willis competes in Race Across America for Team Type 1

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Jerry Willis is a member of Team Type 1′s Elite Team and is competing in the Race Across America. He’ll be providing exclusive updates for VSP throughout the race. Here’s a video Jerry recorded before the race started. He shares about his dream to compete in this race and why he got involved with Team Type …
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Gearing up for Race Across America

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Guest blog from Rob Coburn. Rob is a rider with Team Type 2 and writes about his journey and team goal for the upcoming race, Race Across America. I’m Rob Coburn, a rider on Team Type 2, and a member of this year’s team set to take on Race Across America (RAAM).  On Thursday, June 10th,  8 of us …
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Wearing Progressive Lenses

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Guest Blogger – Edward Tepper works as an accountant, is an avid photographer and a rider for Team Type 2. He was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 2008 and through cycling and exercise, stays happy and healthy while properly managing his condition. He shares his personal experience on how switching to progressive lenses helped him. I’ve been wearing glasses since …
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