6 responses

  1. Ralph L. Angelo Jr.
    July 5, 2010

    So was anyone awarded the prize yet? These two guys arrived a week ago.

  2. Steve
    June 30, 2010

    Sorry to hear of the tragic loss of a competitor. My condolences to his family.

    I am no math wiz, my calculations suggest that the winners rode over 24 hours a day!

    Where did the additional 1482 miles come from?

    • David
      July 3, 2010

      Steve,

      The estimated 7000 mile adventure stated in the rider pack was subject to change. I’ve only seen the first leg of the event from Key West to Daytona Beach route map, but with people getting lost, missing turns, off route for one reason or the other that’s where the extra miles are coming into play.

  3. Patti Sandow
    June 30, 2010

    THE REAL DEFINITION OF ‘HOKAHEY’ –“Hokahey” is a man’s exclamation in Sioux, similar to the American expressions “Let’s do it!” or “Let’s roll!” The reason people think it means “it’s a good day to die” is that the Lakota Sioux leader Crazy Horse famously exhorted his troops “Hokahey, today is a good day to die!” Which meant something like “Let’s go men, today is a good day to die!”

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