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Race report: Tour de Donut Austin 2017

A couple of weeks ago on Nov 12, 2017, for the 2nd year in a row I won the Tour de Donut of Austin bicycle race, a 24.8 mile ride w/3 donut stops where competitors eat donuts for time credits. 

In this race, each donut eaten gives you 3 minutes credit at the first stop, 6 min at the 2nd stop, and 7 min at the 3rd stop. I ate 37, for a 'donut adjusted time' of -1 hour and 45 minutes. Both new course records. 

Here's a video of the my race from last year. 

Donut Day 2017: Watch me eat 39 donuts & win a bike race

On July 9, 2016, I won the Tour de Donut of Staunton bicycle race for the 2nd time, a 34 mile ride with 2 donut stops where competitors eat donuts for time credits. 

In this race, each donut eaten gives you 3 min credit. I ate 39. I hold the race record with 50 donuts (2015) with a finish time of -1hr36min

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Donut Day 2017: See my world record at Tour de Donut Austin

On Nov 13, 2016, I won and set a new world record at the Tour de Donut of Austin bicycle race, a 24.8 mile ride w/3 donut stops where competitors eat donuts for time credits. 

In this race, each donut eaten gives you 3min credit at the first stop, 4 min at the 2nd stop, and 7 min at the 3rd stop. I ate 31, for a 'donut adjusted time' of -1 hour and 19  minutes. Both new course records. 

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Race report: Tour de Donut Staunton 2016

On July 9, 2016, I won the Tour de Donut of Staunton bicycle race for the 2nd time, a 34 mile ride with 2 donut stops where competitors eat donuts for time credits. 

In this race, each donut eaten gives you 3 min credit. I ate 39. I hold the race record with 50 donuts (2015) with a finish time of -1hr36min

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Race report: Tour de Donut Austin 2016

On Nov 13, 2016, I won the Tour de Donut of Austin bicycle race, a 24.8 mile ride w/3 donut stops where competitors eat donuts for time credits. 

In this race, each donut eaten gives you 3min credit at the first stop, 4 min at the 2nd stop, and 7 min at the 3rd stop. I ate 31, for a 'donut adjusted time' of -1 hour and 19  minutes. Both new course records. 

My gear in this video:

  • GoPro: http://amzn.to/2npRE5M
  • GoPro headstrap: http://amzn.to/2n6ZYd8
  • OtterBox for my iPhone: http://amzn.to/2mpv6Rw
  • Sugoi lumberjack cycling jersey: http://amzn.to/2mKEEJH
  • Pearl Izumi bib shorts: http://amzn.to/2nq115j
  • Tifosi slip wrap sunglasses: http://amzn.to/2nl6Rbk
  • Kask Protone helmet: http://amzn.to/2mX8R8Y
  • Shimano TR60 triathlon cycling shoes: http://amzn.to/2mpxbgx
  • PowerTap P1 Meter pedals: http://amzn.to/2nqcCBC
  • Garmin Forerunner 920XT watch: http://amzn.to/2mGMimu

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I just broke my own record & defended my championship at the Donut Derby bike race

I defended my Donut Derby bike race championship by eating 55 donuts, and broke the record I set last year (54 donuts). Each donut eaten at this race give riders a 3 min time credit and I had a final time of negative 11 minutes. So full! 

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I just defended my championship title at the 28th annual Tour De Donut

Yesterday I defended my championship title at the 28th annual Tour de Donut. There were some new guys that put up 19-20 doughnuts and rode at a decent pace. The women's champion, Katherine, is pregnant and downed half a dozen doughnuts!

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Full results are here: https://www.racesonline.com/events/tour-de-donut/results/2016/awards

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Happy #DoughnutDay ! I once ate 54 doughnuts during a 36 mile bike race

On September 7, 2015 I won the Lehigh Wheelman Association's Donut Derby bicycle race, a 36 mile ride w/2 donut stops at mile 12 and 24 where competitors eat donuts. Each donut eaten=3min time credit. I ate 54, for a 'donut adjusted time' of -35 minutes (my unadjusted time was 2hr 7min). Both new course records. The previous champ held the title for the last 6 consecutive years. This is my GoPro POV video, raw and unedited. 

Jump to Donut stop #1: 36:50
Jump to Donut stop #2: 1:20:00

 

My gear in this video:

  • GoPro: http://amzn.to/2npRE5M
  • GoPro headstrap: http://amzn.to/2n6ZYd8
  • OtterBox for my iPhone: http://amzn.to/2mpv6Rw
  • Tifosi slip wrap sunglasses: http://amzn.to/2nl6Rbk
  • Kask Protone helmet: http://amzn.to/2mX8R8Y
  • Shimano TR60 triathlon cycling shoes: http://amzn.to/2mpxbgx
  • PowerTap P1 Meter pedals: http://amzn.to/2nqcCBC
  • Garmin Forerunner 920XT watch: http://amzn.to/2mGMimu

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