Introducing Leave it On the Road

With all the benefit rides that happen year after year, what’s stopping people from doing their own? Save yourself from the swarm of people you don’t know, call a friend, plan a ride and hit up some sponsors. That’s exactly what Michael Tabtabai and Andrew Hudon did.

Leave It On The Road ride starts Monday, June 17 and goes 3465 miles in 24 days from Oregon to Massachusetts.  Along the way and through fundraising, Michael and Andrew are hoping to raise $52k for the Colon Cancer Alliance. All the background info can be found at Leave it on the Road.

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Check out a full sponsor list and a parts break down below, as well as more photos in the Gallery!

Leave It On The Road presented by Rapha & Speedvagen
Rapha
Speedvagen
Tudor Watches
Enve Composites
Chris King Precision Components
SRAM
Quarq
Contintental Tires
Sugar Wheelworks
Skratch Labs
Grimpeur Bros Specialty Coffee
Baratza
Thunderbird Energetica
Epic Bar
Justin’s Nut Butter
Aiden Charles Coaching
Wieden+Kennedy
Legwork
Retul
The Sufferfest

Build List
-2013 Speedvagen Road frame, custom geometry designed by Sacha White at the Vanilla Workshop
-Unique Leave It On The Road paint design by The Vanilla Workshop / Coat
-SRAM Red 22 groupset
-Quarq / SRAM Red 22 Power Crankset
-Enve Smart 3.4 and 6.7 wheelsets with gold Chris King R45 Hubs hand built by Sugar Wheelworks
-Enve Road 1.0 fork, custom painted by Coat
-Enve Stem, custom painted by Coat
-Enve / Speedvagen seat post cap, custom painted by Coat
-Gold Chris King headset, bottom bracket and R45 hubs
-Continental GP4000s tires

  • Mike Kimbro

    Damn damn. Damn.

  • Sean Curran

    got to be one of the best looking road bikes I’ve ever seen, and what they are doing is also great and presented awesome as well.

  • Jamie McKeon

    That dog!

  • Hollis Duncan

    I love that Sacha designs for straight seatposts – position and fit looks so dialed

  • RMD

    Awesome. I Lost my father, the guy who gave me my first road bike, to colon cancer 2 years ago. Throwing some dollars their way.