the physical endurance required to successfully complete
a race with the mental challenge of route finding, race
strategy and planning, and quick, but accurate decision
making as a team drew John to the sport.
addition to Adventure Racing success with Team Orange
Triangle, John has also summited Washington's Mt. Rainier
(14,410') during 2001, Long's Peak (14,255') in 2003,
La Malinche (14,640') in 2004, and has attempted Pico
Bauer joins John as one of the teams original members.
Until meeting John, Randy's outdoor sports experience
consisted of mountain biking on paved bike paths. Adventure
Racing has taken this pursuit to new and exciting levels.
"I love this sport and what it has done from me.
I accomplished things that I never dreamed of,
including climbing Mt. Rainier, white water canoeing
and kayaking, racing in the mountains of Virginia, and
through the wilds of northern Canada. The list
goes on and on, and this is only the beginning."
Bio coming soon
You can always count on JP for a good story, a few
laughs during the race, and a will that won't quit.
JP's passion for the sport and competitive spirit show
throughout the entire race and help motivate the team
to even greater success.
and Candy Chase
We'd be lost, tired, cold, and hungry if it weren't
for the best crew! Thanks!!
Friends of Team Orange Triangle
Although not pictured, we have had the pleasure of
racing with many others over the years and we look forward
to the opportunity to race together again. Our thanks
- Ray Daniels
- Nicole Miller
- Annie Dickerson
- Steve Hoffman
- Tracy Hermann
- John McInnes
- Cindy Kienlen
- Cammie Crampton-Sexton
- Rosyln Henderson
- Karen Judge
- Yvette McKenzie