1 hr 46 min

Ep 50: Justin Too - Founder of The Ultra Cycling Show (ft. Christoph Strasser‪)‬ The Ultra Cycling Show

    • Sports

Welcome our new co-host Christoph Strasser as he interviews founder and ultra-cyclist, Justin Too—

What extent will you go? For Justin Too, this meant using one of his talents and passions to bike 3,000 miles across America for freedom. In 2014, inspired to make a difference, Justin organized his own solo charity ride along the 3,000 mile Race Across America route, raising funds and awareness for the A21 anti-human trafficking organization. After that grand adventure, Justin qualified for RAAM and participated in the 2015 edition of the famous race.

He has also completed two of his own 450 mile rides from San Jose to Los Angeles in addition to a 1,000 mile round trip training ride for RAAM. Justin started ultra cycling when he was 21 years old and in just a few short years was inducted into the California Triple Crown Double Century Series Hall of Fame as the youngest ever to complete 50+ double centuries in the series, his fastest clocking in at 21.1 mph. Most recently, Justin started The Ultra Cycling Show and joined the board of directors for the World Ultra-Cycling Association (WUCA). Let's roll! 🚲💨


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ultracyclingshow/support

Welcome our new co-host Christoph Strasser as he interviews founder and ultra-cyclist, Justin Too—

What extent will you go? For Justin Too, this meant using one of his talents and passions to bike 3,000 miles across America for freedom. In 2014, inspired to make a difference, Justin organized his own solo charity ride along the 3,000 mile Race Across America route, raising funds and awareness for the A21 anti-human trafficking organization. After that grand adventure, Justin qualified for RAAM and participated in the 2015 edition of the famous race.

He has also completed two of his own 450 mile rides from San Jose to Los Angeles in addition to a 1,000 mile round trip training ride for RAAM. Justin started ultra cycling when he was 21 years old and in just a few short years was inducted into the California Triple Crown Double Century Series Hall of Fame as the youngest ever to complete 50+ double centuries in the series, his fastest clocking in at 21.1 mph. Most recently, Justin started The Ultra Cycling Show and joined the board of directors for the World Ultra-Cycling Association (WUCA). Let's roll! 🚲💨


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ultracyclingshow/support

1 hr 46 min

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