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 Davis Phinney Foundation ride:: Copper Triangle 
Randy once again had the opportunity to help out and ride with the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson's Disease. The Copper Triangle Ride goes over the areas three big passes, Independence, Vail and Fremont, on a 100-mile ride starting at Copper Mountain, Colorado. Afterwards friends, Randy and Davis Phinney, got to spend some moments together, before Davis headed to Beijing for his son Taylor's Olympic debut. Later that week, Randy rode some of the other high Colorado passes, like Loveland Pass at almost 12,000 feet above sea level.
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transpixel Randy and Davis Phinney after the ride for Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson Disease. transpixel
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transpixel The ride took the bicyclists up and over three passes in the Rockies, Independence, Fremont and Vail Pass.  The day was perfect and the views were spectacular. transpixel
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Randy and Davis Phinney after the ride for Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson Disease.
The ride took the bicyclists up and over three passes in the Rockies, Independence, Fremont and Vail Pass. The day was perfect and the views were spectacular.
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transpixel On the road during the ride, Randy gets back ready to take on the second half of the 100-mile ride. transpixel
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transpixel The ride up means that you get to ride down too, the view from the top of Fremont Pass. transpixel
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On the road during the ride, Randy gets back ready to take on the second half of the 100-mile ride.
The ride up means that you get to ride down too, the view from the top of Fremont Pass.
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