A self-supported human power project connecting the 5 4000ft peaks of Vermont- summiting by foot, connecting by bike. Part of the beauty of this route was that it amounted to a marathon's distance of running(+11,000'), and exactly 100miles of biking(+5000')- most of it on Route 100- one of the most classic roads in VT. Moved north to south, ascending Mansfield via the Long Trail, Camel's Hump via the Monroe Trail, Mt. Ellen via Sugarbush's Organ Grinder ski trail on Lincoln Peak, then doubling back to Mt. Abe along the ridge, and Finally up Killington via the most direct route up the ski hill I could figure!
Trip report: http://vtsports.com/peter-howes-peak-performance/