Introducing the first annual White Mountain Peak MTB Challenge™ aka Trek to the Summit of White Mountain Peak— one of the toughest single-day mountain bike rides in the country, from the Bishop valley floor at about 4200' to the summit of 14,252 White Mountain Peak. With some dips in the middle for a total gain of 16,000 vertical feet in one day.
Thanks to Trek for making these two bikes available and see my preliminary 3-page review of the SuperFly 100 Elite.
See my initial write-up, to be greatly expanded upon completion. The trek is scheduled for late July 2011, once the two Trek Top Fuel and SuperFly 100 Elite are received and dialed in with tubeless tires and properly set up and adjusted.
See my photo blog. I’ll be carrying the Leica M9 along with the 35mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH, and perhaps the 50mm f/1.4 Summilux-M ASPH and 24/3.8 Elmar-M ASPH. The M9 isn’t so light compared to a point and shoot, but it’s image quality is superlative, and it’s far smaller and lighter than my Nikon D3x.