100 Degrees of Separation [NOOK Book]

Overview

Hotter-n-Hell and these numbers represent a large population of cyclists of all skill levels and who may find a book like this of interest. The reasons could be for those just starting the pay ride circuit and looking for opinions or someone looking for a guide on how to ride Hotter-n-Hell without suffering the fate that others like me have suffered.

With some of my tips, a proper game plan, and training you ...
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100 Degrees of Separation

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Overview

Hotter-n-Hell and these numbers represent a large population of cyclists of all skill levels and who may find a book like this of interest. The reasons could be for those just starting the pay ride circuit and looking for opinions or someone looking for a guide on how to ride Hotter-n-Hell without suffering the fate that others like me have suffered.

With some of my tips, a proper game plan, and training you can enjoy the greatest pay in the state of Texas and perhaps the entire country.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015998467
  • Publisher: dMon Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 11/3/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 178
  • File size: 82 KB

Meet the Author

Alan Ashe is an avid cyclist and seasonal runner. Alan fell in love with cycling in 1988 after being introduced to the sport. Alan works as a military parts and hardware broker supplying components to the U.S. military’s Department of Defense. He attends the First Baptist Church in Colleyville Texas. His first book is a nonfiction book titled, "100 Degrees of Separation," which shows his true passion for the bicycle. Alan is originally from Marietta, Georgia raised in Etowah, Tennessee and currently lives near Fort Worth, Texas with his wife Leslie. He has two children, a daughter Savannah and a son Shaypher both attending college. Alan has a fiction book ready called 10 Seconds @ a Red Light and other projects in the works.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2013

    Great Book!!

    Great book about the Hotter than Hell bike ride and the love of the bike.
    Took me back to my childhood of building ramps to jump out bikes.
    Very good read, you feel as if you're riding along with Alan as he rides the 100 mile HHH.

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    Posted February 13, 2013

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