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Our own “man of endurance” — is personified by Liam Strick.
When not working with the team at the Burlington office, Liam tackles some physical challenges that would leave most weekend athletes in the dust.
In 2012, Liam cycled from Houston to New Orleans in just six days to raise money for the Red Cross. He has participated in the Bike Up the Mountain Point Series (BUMPS), climbing up some of the toughest peaks including Mt. Washington, Whiteface Mountain, Mt. Wachusett, Mt. Equinox and Mt. Greylock (www.hillclimbseries.com). He and his bike have traveled to Maui where he biked up Mt. Haleakala —starting at sea level, riding uphill 35 miles to the summit at an elevation of just over 10,000 ft. — and then riding back down those same 35 miles. This is one of those rides that if the elevation change doesn’t get you, the temperature just might!
Last winter, when the biking got tough, he decided to hike his way through the “Four-Thousand Footers,” all 48 of the New Hampshire mountains that stand over 4,000 feet above sea level.