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Serena Bishop Gordon Finishes Second at The Rad!

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Serena Bishop Gordon Finishes Second at The Rad!

Tuesday, October 5, 2021 Liv Racing Collective athlete Serena Bishop Gordon tackled her longest race ever in both distance and duration over the weekend at The Rad in Trinidad, Colorado. She finished second among the women and eighth overall in the 165-mile gravel race. The long course, named “Stubborn Dolores”, began and ended in the southern Colorado town of Trinidad – traversing expansive mesas with the Spanish Peaks serving as a backdrop. With over 90 percent gravel roads and 11,213 feet of elevation gain, the 165-mile route was made even more difficult after days of rain leading up to the...

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Serena Bishop Gordon Powers Her Way to 2nd Overall at Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder!

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Serena Bishop Gordon Powers Her Way to 2nd Overall at Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder!

28 June 2021 After five days, 362.7 miles of gravel, and 34,175 ft of elevation gain, Liv Racing Collective athlete Serena Bishop Gordon crossed the finish line at Three Creeks Lake outside of Sisters, Oregon achieving second place overall in the general classification. The Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder is a point-to-point five-day stage race which takes racers through the Oregon Cascades on old wagon roads that date back to the mid-1800s. Though it starts and ends in Sisters, Oregon, racers will ride to McKenzie, Oakridge, and La Pine – each stop includes catered meals, camping, and good vibes. Each stage...

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