Payson McElveen conquers Durango ‘Everesting’ challenge on dirt

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Payson McElveen conquers Durango ‘Everesting’ challenge on dirt

Film project to focus on free feeling of self discovery
Payson McElveen set out to put his own spin on the “Everesting” challenge as part of Rebecca Rusch’s “Giddy Up For Good” fundraising event last weekend. On a singletrack mountain bike trail, be rode more than 130 miles to reach more than 30,000 feet of elevation gain in nearly 16 hours of moving time. Riley Amos, rear, joined him for half of the ride.
Part of the film aspect of Payson McElveen’s “Everesting” challenge completed Monday in Durango was to tell the story of the “Never Forget The Feeling” motto instilled in young Durango cyclists such as Jayden Cowan.
The Durango community, including Brittany and Jayden Cowan, showed up to support Payson McElveen during his “Everesting” challenge ride Monday on Jones Creek Trail.

Payson McElveen conquers Durango ‘Everesting’ challenge on dirt

Payson McElveen set out to put his own spin on the “Everesting” challenge as part of Rebecca Rusch’s “Giddy Up For Good” fundraising event last weekend. On a singletrack mountain bike trail, be rode more than 130 miles to reach more than 30,000 feet of elevation gain in nearly 16 hours of moving time. Riley Amos, rear, joined him for half of the ride.
Part of the film aspect of Payson McElveen’s “Everesting” challenge completed Monday in Durango was to tell the story of the “Never Forget The Feeling” motto instilled in young Durango cyclists such as Jayden Cowan.
The Durango community, including Brittany and Jayden Cowan, showed up to support Payson McElveen during his “Everesting” challenge ride Monday on Jones Creek Trail.
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