Bacchetta Recumbent Team Dominates Sebring Races

Bacchetta Recumbent Team Dominates Sebring Races

“Too much is not enough” best describes my experience at the 2006 Sebring 12/24. While the weather has always been pretty good for the race, this year it was perfect. The temperature at the 06:30 start was about 60 degrees with fog and most importantly, no wind, unlike the past races that have had 20mph winds all day. The afternoon brought temperatures into the high 70’s to low 80’s under blazing bright sun and deep blue clear skies. The conditions were definitely too nice, but not more than we could stand.

Originally posted on on March 2, 2006.

Dana Lieberman|

Dana has been riding recumbents for 25 years. Whether bicycle touring, racing, commuting or just riding with the family, he has ridden almost everything out there and has no problem telling you what he thinks! Owner of Bent Up Cycles and Bacchetta Bikes, Dana is passionate about turning new riders on to the joy of recumbent cycling. He also enjoys reading SciFi, hiking in the SoCal mountains and sipping a Chai Latte at the local coffee shop!
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