Cochise County Cycling Classic Honors Seana Hogan

Friday, May 17th, 2013

Tony Donaldson Photo

Tony Donaldson Photo

Each year the Cochise County Cycling Classic is dedicated to a special person who has made significant contributions to bicycling and the community. Perimeter Bicycling is pleased to honor Seana Hogan – cycling legend; elite, world-class ultra-marathon racer; Transcontinental Record holder (9 days, 4 hours, 2 mins) and member of both the Race Across America (RAAM) Hall of Fame and the UltraCycling Hall of Fame.

Seana holds numerous solo records: winner of RAAM six times – 1992, ’93, ’94, ’95, ’97 and ’98 – more than any other person. Many refer to Hogan as the best endurance cyclist ever – convincing because she either holds or held nearly every endurance cycling record available from 100 miles to RAAM. In fact, she still holds the overall (male or female) California N-S record time for the distance between Los Angeles and San Francisco – in 1996, she rode that in an incredible 19 hours 11 minutes. In 1995 she was the outright winner of the Furnace Creek 508. Hogan also holds the world record for fastest down HWY 1 from Seattle to San Diego (3 days, 16 hours, 5 mins). Seana rides her 8th RAAM in June 2013.

Last year Seana set the women’s overall outdoor track record, reclaiming a record that she set over fifteen years ago. In November 2012 she won the women’s overall Worlds 24-Hour Time-Trial. She’s a a Stockton Bike club member, a member of the Delta Velo racing team, a wife, a mother, and has a professional business career with a Masters degree in Mathematics.

Our dedication recipient for this year will be honored at the Pre-Ride Pasta Dinner & Dedication Ceremony – Friday, October 11, 2013 – 6:30pm – 8:00pm. Admission is included in your entry, so be sure to attend and meet our honored guest! Same location as the EXPO at the Cochise County Fairgrounds.

Click here for Cochise County Dedication Recipient page to learn about recent honorees.