Meet cyclist James Golding. He’s had a bit of a rough go over the past few years, surviving not one, but two, bouts of cancer. For most of us, that would be enough to of a battle to leave us wanting to just sit back and enjoy life as much as we can. For James however, it meant going out and embracing what it means to be alive even more. He did that by getting back on his bike and entering a qualifying race for the infamous Race Across America, a grueling ride that pushes cyclists to travel coast to coast on their bikes. During that qualifying event, Golding not only earned a spot in the RAAM, he also managed to set a new seven day record for cycling. This video takes us along on that journey, introducing us to one inspiring man along the way.
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