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Carlina Sardo's Cannonball Run Project
Transcript of Carlina Sardo's Cannonball Run Project
The Cannonball Endurance Run is a race across the Northern U.S. with older motorcycles that you have to put together, or build. You get points every mile you go and you have to get to a certain destination at a certain time to get points.
Steve Rinker the volunteer that is riding the bike is teaching a class of students about the bike and what he plans to do.
Steve and his two kids Jared and Justin are above in this picture. His wife Dee Dee, is also with them at the race driving the support truck. Steve's dad is also pictured above with the boys.
In the race they will be traveling across the United States from Portland, Maine to Portland Oregon. While the Pride Runner is going through it's journey we will be learning more about the United States and important landmarks in it.
Eastport, Maine is the most eastern county in the United States.
This picture was taken while the Rinkers' were in Maine. They were stopping at Fort Williams for the day to begin.
This picture was taken in Keene, NH. While this picture was taken of the beautiful scenery, the guys were getting ready to get set for the day of racing.
The first potato planted in the United States was at Londonderry Common Field in 1719.
This was a picture of the bike in Jamestown, NY . The morning of this start was interesting, because they had a rain delay and couldn't start until a later time. But everything worked out and they got there safe.
New York City has 722 miles of subway track.
This picture was taken in Bennington, VT. This was while they were on the road for the delay. As you can tell the skies look cloudy.
Montpelier, Vermont is the only U.S. state capital without a McDonalds.