Max Morris, Rudi Nadler, Josh Smith and Mel Liebling are all grinding it out on the more than 2,700 mile course that starts in Banff, Alberta, Canada and ends in Antelope Wells, New Mexico.
The race started on June 8 and follows the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route — the longest unpaved bicycle route in the world. It traverses mountain passes and valleys along the Continental Divide.
You can follow each of the 105 riders online here.
As of this writing, Nadler was in 29th place, Morris was in 31st place, Liebling was in 77th place and Smith was in 86th.