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Kevin D. Korenthal is the quintessential survivor. Kevin began cycling in 2006 losing his leg to a car accident that occurred 17 years earlier. Cycling was the perfect rehabilitation for a new amputee. 8 years later, Kevin was hit by a car at 40 miles per hour while on a training ride in the mountains above Santa Clarita, CA. Undaunted by the numerous broken bones and partial paralysis, Kevin wasted no time getting back, first on the trainer, and eventually onto the road and mountain bikes that had sustained his existence for the better part of a decade. On October 12, 2013 Kevin began a 7 day, 620 mile ride from San Francisco to San Diego in support of the Challenged Athletes Foundation. See Kevin's video biography at: vimeo.com/73825605. In August 2015, Kevin will compete in the Leadville 100, a 100 mile mountain bike race in the Colorado Rockies.
|Total Time||1430h 54m|
|Total Elev Gain||1,213,389ft|