Train trip travail

A long row of Humvees at the Tacoma train station photo: Chris Keam Sept . 12, 2008 – 7:35pm, somewhere between Eugene and Klamath Falls, Oregon. Can one stall a train? Apparently, yes. The scheduled stop at Eugene lasts longer than expected when the locomotive decides it’s more loco than


Seattle – Friday, Sept 12/08 Boxing a bike is easier than I thought. Delighted to see a Momentum magazine at the local coffee shop where I’m frantically checking email and writing this post twenty minutes before the boarding call for the train. More when I get to Sacramento, including, hopefully,


Sunset on Chuckanut Drive – Sept. 10/08Photo: Chris Keam Sept. 11 9:00am – One mile south of Larrabee State ParkI crossed the into the US border yesterday afternoon at the Peace Arch border crossing . I didn’t ask Border Protection Officer Engels if he’s any relation to Marx’s good buddy

The Speed of Sam

Follow all the action of the Human Powered Speed Challenge 2008 right here. I’ll be travelling to Nevada and filing daily reports as Sam Whittingham of Quadra Island attempts to pedal the Varna Diablo III (designed by Georgi Georgiev) faster than his current record of 81 mph. For more information