7/12/18: Hoping to get a partial recon by bicycle done this weekend. Stay tuned for a report...
7/5/18: Announcing the 2018 GTDRI will be the 28th of this month (Despite the header having this info on it for MONTHS now! Ha!) Look for a detailed post on "Guitar Ted Productions" HERE
8/7/17: The 12th Guitar Ted Death Ride Invitational went off perfectly. The weather was PERFECT!! The best of any of the 12. If you missed this one, the "Tour Of Dirt Roads" version of the GTDRI was the best one yet. Seven riders started and six finished. Thanks to the six riders that joined me this year! Here are the reports- Part I - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
7/31/16: The 11th GTDRI was ridden by 8 folks and all but one, (ME!) finished. I had stomach issues and dropped out at mile 110, but the others finished out. No real issues this year, but we will likely all remember the nasty B Road on 270th for a long time!
7/26/15: The 10th GTDRI went off without a hitch, but that isn't to say it was easy! The ride report is in three parts. Read Part 1 here. Read Part 2 HERE. Read part 3 HERE. Thanks to the 10 riders that showed up to ride with me this year.
10/15/14:The 2014 GTDRI will forever be remembered for the crash at what became the end of the ride at Mile 95. We did have a nice group of seven including myself. Here are the reports from the ride entitled "It Could Have Been Worse" Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 , and Part 5.
7/15/12:The GTDRI was a big success! 9 intrepid riders showed up from as far away as Kansas and Nebraska for this edition of the ride. It was hot, humid, we got rained on, and all in all had a great time. 6 finished the complete 120 mile course. A BIG THANK YOU to all you who made the ride awesome! Links to the story on this one- Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 3.1 , Part 4
08/01/11: Another GTDRI In The Books! We got in right at 100 miles with temps in the upper 90's and brutal heat in the afternoon. Thanks to all in attendance. It was awesome to see all of you. Report #1 Here. Report #2 Here.
7/19/10: The GTDRI 2010 Report can be found here: Into The Heat It was a really hot day with temperatures reaching into the mid-90's with high humidity and little wind. A recipe for a truncated version of the GTDRI. That has only happened once before due to a thunderstorm back in 2007. Thanks to Jeremy Fry and Jason Boucher for coming along on this burnt, crispy critter of a ride!
Hit me with an e-mail if you want to let me know you'll be there or if you have any questions. I'll post up any last minute changes later if there are any. Stay tuned!