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The "Just-Made-It" Schedule
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The Tour of the California Alps--Markleeville Death
Ride is one of the most popular ACE™ (Altitude-Climbing-Endurance) events.
The published cut-off times of the organizers are based on road closures and
openings; not on completing five passes.
Here is the "Just-Made-It" pacing schedule. The real
deadlines for those who pace and will just manage to finish the 129 miles and
16,000 feet of climbing.
The schedule also contain a nutritional schedule
(fluids and calories) based on event rest stops.
For more information about training for the Tour of
the California Alps--Markleeville Death Ride:
1. See the eBook
Altitude-Climbing-Endurance (ACE™) for Cyclists.
2. Come to a Near Death
Experience training camp.