Meteorologist George Flickinger began the Tulsa Tough as a cyclist, but was pushed into duty for his metorological skills when storms started threatening the area.
The Medio Fondo event of Tulsa Tough has just ended for meteorologist George Flickinger. How'd he do? Here's a timeline of his ride that started at 7:30 this morning.
So how exactly did we make it possible for you to ride along with George during his 100k trek across Green Country?
INSIDE | How we did it | Behind the scene pictures
Tulsa Tough news and notes
Many of the riders in this weekend's Tulsa Tough will be from out of town. But where do they all stay? We have the inside look from a couple who've opened up their home as a host house.
Riding 100k - about 65 miles - during the Tulsa Tough really isn't as awful as it might seem! It's really not difficult if you build up to it - nearly anyone can do an endurance event.
The Tulsa Tough is back in town, bringing in thousands of fans. City officials say it's a huge boost to the local economy.
Several downtown streets will be closed for Tulsa Tough events and the Tulsa Pride Festival.
In my previous three attempts, I'm yet to have a "normal" experience in the Tulsa Tough.
The quick answer is that Tulsa Tough is a three-day cycling festival. But there's so much more to it than just that!
Have you ever thought about how many calories you could burn, money you could save on gas, or the health benefits if you were to take up bicycling? You might be surprised at the numbers!
What's the view like behind the handlebars during a 67-mile bike ride? We've got the video from George Flickinger's race during the Medio Fondo event of the Tulsa Tough Saturday.
With the temperatures already starting to get near 100 degrees here in Tulsa, now is the time to start thinking about keeping yourself hydrated, especially when you're on the bike.
It doesn't matter if you're a competitive cyclist or someone who just likes to get out for the occasional ride through the neighborhood. Having a bike that fits your needs is important to getting the most out of your ride.
When looking to purchase a new bike, Lee's Bicycles recommends you ask yourself six self-defining questions.
If you've never had the opportunity to calculate the savings if you were to bike for your commute instead of driving, you might be surprised at the amount of money you could save.
Julie's Run Blog
Still riding her runner's high, Julie sits down to write one final Tulsa Run blog.
She's taken you through her training. Today in her final pre-Tulsa Run blog, Julie gets really personal.
A little bit of business and some food for thought. Today, Julie lists your Tulsa Run Race day start times and shares her favorite running quotes.
You don't have to be a fan of the NBC show to be a fan of Green Country's own star of the Biggest Loser. Danny Cahill joins Julie in the Tulsa Run this weekend. He's talking about shrinking waistlines and expanding horizons.
The Tulsa Run is just days away, so what should you be doing in these final days to prepare? Julie turns to an expert with a coach's pre-run pep talk!
Dan's Weather Blog
It's flu season. But before you blame it on the weather, know this: weather does not cause the flu.
Believe it or not, the cold is on its way. Here are some necessary preparations.
Predicting the upcoming season's weather has always been difficult, if not impossible. Here's a look at what a few sources and I say about this winter.
The Weather Channel has decided to make a formal effort to begin naming "noteworthy" winter storms in an effort to get your attention and better inform the public about upcoming major winter events. Click inside for the names
Summer's heat is over and it's now time to get back in the garden and get your fall plants started.
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