Wicked Big Losers Wanted (Men & Women)

chriscallen1roadsidemartypaulAnnouncing the “Wicked Biggest Loser Contest”. During Daytona Bike Week, Chris Callen of Cycle Source Magazine and Roadside Marty, Bike Show judge at Willies Tropical Tattoo Show were on the topic of the need to lose the winter(s) pounds. Well, as normally happens, one thing lead to another and they started a contest to see who could be in better shape by the end of this year’s riding season. Well, as long as these two are going to the mat in the name of good health, they decided to take it into the motorcycle media and see who else jeffniclusthey could get involved with this contest. Paul Wideman from Bare Knuckle Choppers just joined the contest. And we need more contestants…Winner and participants celebrated during Biketoberfest at the Broken Spoke Saloon front of a panel of experts!  Here’s the outline of what’s going on:

Official starting weight, photo, age and current health conditions will be established in the first issue. From there they will give me monthly updates as to their personal health, fitness level and diet as well as updated weight and picture. Through a monthly release the progress of the Wicked Big Losers group will be tracked as they work their way towards better health. There will also be small bits of information from health and nutrition experts, fitness trainers and long time motorcycle personalities who practice good health like a religion (me?). But they need more big losers! If you are or know anyone that could stand about six months of getting in shape, please contact me ASAP as we are in the process of launching this campaign.

Chris Callen:
Starting weight= 309 lbs. Average exercise hours in a week = 0. Health condition = Poor.  Age = 38.  “Since the magazine has gone to the national newsstands I have had very little time to take care of myself, hence the very large spare tire that has amassed around my midsection. (No I am not smuggling free Dunlops across state lines). Anyway, after many lectures from friends and family, and one time when Cyril Huze told me I’m not built for love… I am ready to get back in shape, for my health and appearance. Riding hard and partying like a nut is only okay if you prepare your body for the abuse of life on the road. I have not and it’s staring to take its toll. I look to lose about 80 pounds during this challenge, that was the weight I was at about five years ago when the magazine went to the regional newsstands and I started working 18 hours a day.

Roadside Marty:
Starting weight: 319. Exercise hours per week: 0. Health: fair. When I got out of the army in ’97 I kinda let myself go. People have been telling me I had to loose weight but it didn’t become obvious until Colleen said something to me in Cincinnati when I bent over to tie my shoes and lost my breath. It was obvious I had to do something. I’m gonna try and hit the Gym 3 to 5 times a week, and instead of lifting only I want to try and do cardio and light weight lifting. I hope to loose as much as I can, but I don’t want to put a number on it. I will say that by December I had hoped to be down to 240 or 250 so wherever this ends will be good. As many miles as we ride you have to be able to take the abuse and I notice more and more that after a long trip it takes the better part of a week to recover. We’ll still party like rock stars but we’ll be a little more responsible. Now everyone say it along with Roadside.. “Wildman is a BEEEYOTCH”!!! And I WILL be the biggest looser here.

Paul Wideman:
Age: 36, Height: 6 feet 4 Inches, Starting Weight: 295, Exercise Hours Per Week =0 Health: Fair. So when Wildman asked if I wanted to be part of a weight loss contest, I first asked if he was yanking my crank. After realizing no crank was yanked, I said, yeah, screw it, I’m in. 
My goal is a little different from some of the other participants. Whereas most are just trying to shed a bunch of weight, I am actually just trying to relocate most of it. I played a little football in college, and I have been about the same weight ever since, approximately 285. Right now I’m 295, so I would like to knock a few off. More than anything, I need to get rid of the gut, and throw in a little muscle up top (wrestling Ferguson every 4 or 5 weeks proves I could use it). I really want to do this to give myself more energy in the shop. Plus, when you put on a crap load of miles on the bike, stamina and strength really come into play. I know it was a lot easier to ride to the coast and back eight years ago than it is now. Me and some of the Limpnickie crew are going to be logging a LOT of miles this year, so I gotta be ready for it.
I am going to start by running 2-3 days a week, and lifting 3 days a week.  I’m kinda lucky that I still have a pretty high metabolism, cuz my diet is crap. Well, that’s all gotta change too. No more fast food, no more soda.
 Man, this little experiment is gonna be tough. Aside from trying to lose weight, I’m also tossing the bottle out, as well as traveling a lot. Those factors add up to too much temptation and a strained will. We’ll see…

Jeff Nicklus:
Starting weight= 317 lbs. Height: 5’11” Average exercise hours in a week = 0. Health condition = Fair.  Age = 60 (AKA: The Old Guy of the group) “When I first read of this little contest on Cyril’s blog I thought “Hot Damn” this is just what I needed …. a weight loss contest between a group of biker fat boys …. there is sure to be some smack talk going on here! What more perfect for me? This is sure to be painful, fun, yet painful! No more Chicken Fried Steaks, Potatoes & Gravy, Fast Food, Sodas and, most painful of all, I will be giving up my daily allowance of liquid bread! In the last 5-6 years I have gained a total of 65 pounds so to lose that extra weight as well as losing “many” extra inches will be my goal during this contest. In fact I WILL lose at least 12” off my waist line. I suppose it is time to make my Bowflex machine into something other than a spot to hang cloths. I will even warm up the tread mill ….. if it even still works! It is time to get out from behind the desk! The beauty of this contest is that we will all be winners in the end.

Added Saturday March 21 at 11.15 am: We are now looking for a few women with some extra pounds to lose and who want to get back in great physical shape. For the “before picture” email a picture in bathing suit and a short presentation as men did it. Come on, it’s a great opportunity to lose weight with the support of all the biking community. Email to editor@cyrilhuzeblog.com


63 Responses to “Wicked Big Losers Wanted (Men & Women)”

  1. 1 Jeff Nicklus Mar 19th, 2009 at 10:50 am

    Sign my happy ass up! Have someone get in touch with me!

    Over & Out,


  2. 2 Cyril Huze Mar 19th, 2009 at 11:32 am

    Engraver CJ Allan just joined the party. Who’s next?

  3. 3 Chris Callen Mar 19th, 2009 at 11:50 am

    Cyril, thank you so much for running this for us. Obviously I need the help with motivation for the deal. Especially since you told me that I’m not built for love, that one got me fired up to loose some weight. Thanks again man!

    We are also looking for sponsors for this as far as a fitness club that might donate membership for the contestants, a GNC type store that might donate some vitamins and protein powders, etc. Hey man, it would be cool if Wii Fitness would sponsor it huh? Least this would be fun somehow.


  4. 4 Gina Woods Mar 19th, 2009 at 2:11 pm

    HA HA Chris this is great we are doing an upcoming Show Topic on “Staying Fit to Ride” …I have been working with X-Port Finess myself so yes there should definately be a place for good sponsorship in this. We have some exciting news that I am ‘waiting’ to mention…the ink has to dry first… I think we could cross promote this and have the winner …win a Spa Treatmnet trip- yeah yeah or ….personal fitness, a mambership etc like you said.

    Just thought I’d through out some other ideas. I love that you guys are doing this… Talking about it is easy – putting your money where your mouth is (no pun intended) the challenge… Do you have any women doing it? I could afford to drop 20 lbs 🙂 Good luck All!! Let’s get it on the air Chris… call me let’s talk!

  5. 5 Gina Woods Mar 19th, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    Membership & throw …tsk, tsk sp check, sp check

  6. 6 toph Mar 19th, 2009 at 2:22 pm

    damn- i just lost 8 pounds of beer induced middle-section goodness. maybe 10.

    amazing how switching to hard liquor every night, instead of a couple of hearty snpa’s (sierra nevada pale ale) reduces the belly.

    i don’t think i can go any lower though- as i’m barely 150 pounds.

    good luck chris- try that p90x thing- noelski is looking mighty good after a short time with it. i think cj might be on the program too.

    no offense either, but it would be nice to see some ladies involved. you know, just to be fair!

    good deal gina- it’s an idea that merits press. especially for a bagger rider, with so much weight to handle.

  7. 7 Chris Callen - Source Editor Mar 19th, 2009 at 2:40 pm

    I’d love to get a couple of the girls involved but you have to admit, it’s hard to ask a chick to get into a lose your fat contest. Gina, if you are down, get me a pic, and small write up like the other guys in the next day or so and we can print it in the first issue. Any other ladies reading this are welcome too. e-mail me at cyclesource69@comcast.net

  8. 8 Kiwi Steve Mar 19th, 2009 at 2:54 pm

    I have been looking for a reason and my wife keeps telling myself that I need to get into shape (“but honey, round IS a shape”). I’d like to through my hat into the ring. Marty I’m with ya on that shoe tying thing (my boys are catching on that I am having them practice their shoe tying on my shoes).

  9. 9 Bobfather Mar 19th, 2009 at 3:53 pm

    I’d join except I’ve been working this for the past several months already. Total weight lost between Aug. 2008 and now is about 50lbs. Got another 40 to go. Don’t know if I’d qualify as I’ve already started.

  10. 10 Greg Hoeve Mar 19th, 2009 at 4:03 pm

    Greg from EgoTripp here. My floor manager Tony and I are in. We’ve been doing the same thing here for the last 9 months. We made a personal bet ($100.00 in lap dances that the loser has to buy for the winner) to see if we could meet our personal fitness goals. I lost, but I won, cause a good friend of mine is now 62 pounds lighter and no longer needs high blood pressure meds, cept on fridays. I think I might be a little ahead of the curve compared to most but I’m stoked about a friendly competition where all participants get real life benifits.

    I’m 45 years old, 6’6″ tall and commin in at about 260lbs. average weigh in. My personal goal is to get fit enough to pass my next rank exam for higher belt. On average I need to train about 12 to 15 hours a week for the next 6 months in order to endure the testing process and make 12 3-minute rounds with the rest of the blackbelts. I don’t know if I can do it but I’m willing fight like hell to get there.

    P.S. C J is gonna be hard to beat. He’s a demon for fitness and don’t let nobody tell you different!

    Good luck to all.

  11. 11 Matt Olsen Mar 19th, 2009 at 7:58 pm

    This is a great idea, I got my dad to throw his hat in the ring. I am proud of you guys for stepping up to the plate to shed some pounds and take care of yourself!!

  12. 12 Evobuilder Mar 19th, 2009 at 9:17 pm

    shit… I am down to 233 from 320… how do I get in on this late 🙂
    I am trying to see the better side of 200 eventually so if there is a place to sign up… sign my fat ass up.

    Todd’s Cycle

    Callen… I owe you a call… will try to get to you next week. l8r!

  13. 13 Triumph Mar 19th, 2009 at 10:18 pm

    I just look at Roadside and see the final resting place of a lot of cheeseburgers. If he loses too much weight he won’t have an excuse for chasing so many fat girls. Good luck to all three of you guys.

    Bad Monkey

  14. 14 Jeremy Mar 19th, 2009 at 10:30 pm

    Not built for love was a good moivational tool to use, Cyril. But more competition for u in october!

  15. 15 Wacko Mar 20th, 2009 at 8:26 am

    You guys all suck…..I am in. I am 235 at 5′ 10”. Ray “too fit for my own good” Wheeler has called me a fat ass one to many time. Give up the beer and butter, hell no. I am in though, fill me in on what we all need to do………..

    Mark “Wacko” Stewart
    Motojournalist-PR maven

  16. 16 Mike Tomas Kiwi Indian m/c Co Mar 20th, 2009 at 8:31 am

    I don’t know if I could love a tinner man, man. Don’t do it!!!!!! In this current economic situation your internal inflation (gut) is welcomed. Ah at least we still have the photographic memories of that evening dinner at Denny’s in Ventura. Why didn’t you talk to me about this 1st. We never talk anymore. Congrats mate

  17. 17 Chris Callen - Source Editor Mar 20th, 2009 at 9:13 am

    OK, Wacko and you other cats that want in on this, here is the deal. If you want in on this go to the top of this post and copy the line about the height, weight etc. and fill in your info and also provide a few lines about why you are doing this. Send those to me with a photo like the other horrible ones we have taken of our fat bodies. You can e-mail me at cyclesource69@comcast.net

    PS, Kiwi, you bastard! The day this post came out I was already into my diet and exercise program and didn’t a fresh box of lollies from New Zealand show up. Pineapple Chunks, my favorite from A-kiwi-can brother I have and all I can do is stare at them. Did Roadside put you up to that.

  18. 18 Steve 'brew' Garn Mar 20th, 2009 at 10:23 am

    I’m in, Sent my pic and info to Chris this morning.

  19. 19 Jeff Nicklus Mar 20th, 2009 at 10:36 am

    I am in … Sent my pic and info to Chris and Cyril this morning. The pictures alone are disgusting enough to keep me on task!

    Over & Out,


  20. 20 Kiwi Steve Mar 20th, 2009 at 1:48 pm

    Just be glad you don’t work here….Kiwi Mike’s wife tries her best to keep me fat! She’s always cooking up goodies or buying boxes of death (doughnuts)!! Plus the “from home” Kiwi snacks (Pineapple chunks)!

  21. 21 Mike Kiwi Tomas, Kiwi Indian MotorCycles Mar 20th, 2009 at 2:39 pm

    Chris, Be a man and step up to the plate and dig into those tastie chocolate covered pineapple lumps. If not I’ll show you how to eat them. They are clean, I licked everyone before sending them to you.

  22. 22 Matt Olsen Mar 20th, 2009 at 6:13 pm

    Ha Ha Ha I just tried to share a bag of Chewy Pinnaple Bites with my daughter two days ago. I woofed a few down and she spit them out! I just checked and I still have half a bag of Jet Planes under my desk! New Zealander’s and their wacky treats! Good but Wacky!

  23. 23 CAROLYN TOMAS Mar 20th, 2009 at 6:20 pm

    Sorry Chris, I didn’t know you where on this diet., The Kiwi didn’t tell me. I sent you the Cho. covered Pineapple lumps for Easter from the Keester(Kiwi). It’s fruit! Remember it took awhile to put on and it’s gonna take awhile to take off so just hang in there and it looks like you are going to have some fun doing it. Hey, big bellies are cool too!, it’s paid for, right? You guys are just Extra Fluffy. and yes I could loose some weight too.

  24. 24 Joe Mielke Mar 20th, 2009 at 6:20 pm

    Hey Matt, you changed my logon info on my puter, Prick

    Just for the record I’m the fatty, not Matt. And he does not have kids.

    Ha Ha Ha I just tried to share a bag of Chewy Pinnaple Bites with my daughter two days ago. I woofed a few down and she spit them out! I just checked and I still have half a bag of Jet Planes under my desk! New Zealander’s and their wacky treats! Good but Wacky!

  25. 25 CAROLYN TOMAS Mar 20th, 2009 at 6:29 pm

    We love jet planes, pineapple chuncks, sorched almounds (choc covered almounds) Jafra, snifters, wine gums, minties, choc peanut slabs. You all should try New Zealand snacks. Chicken chips, cream crackers, hundreds and thousands, afghans, peanut brownies.on and on and on Yummy!

  26. 26 JC Mar 20th, 2009 at 6:45 pm

    I want in to. I am going to email my stuff as soon as I can take the pic and put the email together.

  27. 27 "Kiwi" Steve Mar 20th, 2009 at 7:49 pm

    See what I mean?? Carolyn makes it very hard to stick a diet (except for the see-food diet I suffer from)!

  28. 28 Sara Mar 21st, 2009 at 6:36 am

    This is so awesome, nothing better than taking care of yourself. We are all responsible for our own health. Garage-Girls focuses on this and for over a year now we have been posting tips about exercise nutrition etc, the site isn’t only for girls, head over to it and cruise through the archives pages in the “body” section for some awesome tips on working out and eating right. As working professionals it’s so easy to neglect yourself and your health, we HAVE to make time for us, we are nothing without our health!

  29. 29 John Dean Mar 21st, 2009 at 9:03 am

    I’m in too, the good Lord knows my body is no longer a temple and needs a make over, thanks for the challenge Chris!

  30. 30 Chris Callen - Source Editor Mar 21st, 2009 at 9:36 am

    Ok guys, here is a quick update. We have the last few entries coming in and we’re about to close this out, I think there’s like 12 or 14 signed up now. Damn Cyril your site really helped this out quick! Anyway, Just talked to Eric Ellis and he said him and Ernie are in, a few other magazine guys are on the line so this should be a pretty widely publicized deal. The finally will be in October during Biketoberfest at the Broken Spoke live on stage. We are looking for some sponsors to make some prize packages so anyone that wants to help ex-fat guys into some new riding gear and stuff like that, drop me a line. Also, in addition to the monthly posts that we will send out on this there is a simple site we set up for daily and weekly updates. You can also see the profiles of each contestant. It just got started so Give us a week or so to get it filled up. Here is the link: http://wickedbigloser.wordpress.com/

    Thanks to everyone, I need this diet as much as anyone and you guys are pushing me too!


  31. 31 Chris Callen - Source Editor Mar 21st, 2009 at 9:36 am

    PS, we only have one girl….. COME ON LADIES, we need at least one or two more women!!!!!

  32. 32 Sara Liberte Mar 21st, 2009 at 10:06 am

    Hey Guys,
    reading some of the profiles, before digging into this fitness challenge you all really need to talk with your doctors first. I see some health issues that raise an eyebrow. The objective of this challenge is to get healthier, don’t risk your health trying to loose the most pounds, you could put yourself at risk. All the contestants on the TV show are closely monitored by physicians…. so please see your doctors first!!! ~Sara

  33. 33 Gina Woods Mar 21st, 2009 at 10:56 am

    okay I have sent my ‘stuff’ in…wow posting it in public is motovation enuff! Not sure I’ll ever get a date again tho! (grin) But wtf – it’s now or never! Chris I am going to get us some great prizes for this Challenge!! Well it’s off to the gym for me…..good luck everyone

  34. 34 Pepper Mar 22nd, 2009 at 12:28 pm

    Chris – you’re a genius. We need you healthy, and you’ll fell better and have tons more energy.
    Best of luck to you and all of your participants.
    I hope you keep us posted, Cyril.

  35. 35 Conrad Mar 22nd, 2009 at 1:53 pm


    Where is your picture and “profile”??????

  36. 36 Cyril Huze Mar 22nd, 2009 at 2:46 pm

    Jeff Nicklus just added. It seems that we have already a dozen participants! Guys, with your size you fill up a lot of Blog space!

  37. 37 Boss Hawg Mar 22nd, 2009 at 3:04 pm


    We be pulling for ya Bro! You can do it and will do it.

    Need to knock another 15-lbs off me, too.

    Boss Hawg

  38. 38 Jeff Nicklus Mar 22nd, 2009 at 3:05 pm


    Thanks numb nuts for prompting Cyril to put this great picture up …. I won’t forget this!

    Over & Out,


  39. 39 Robert Hemsley Mar 22nd, 2009 at 3:10 pm

    Respect and admiration to all of you for doing this. But i bet that nobody will succeed reaching Cyril’s weight..

  40. 40 Wyked Illuzionz Mar 22nd, 2009 at 4:00 pm

    If you still need more guys, let me know and I’ll be in. Been making excuses long enough.


    Wyked Illuzionz, LED Lights for Motorcycles

  41. 41 Nicker Mar 22nd, 2009 at 10:35 pm

    Go back to a kick starter.
    Top that off with burned points, an intake air leak, and some fouled plugs.

    Guaranteed to loose weight on this “system”…….. 🙂


  42. 42 KT Mar 23rd, 2009 at 8:47 am

    What a great competition this is. The best part of all is that everyone who participates is a winner in the end. Having lost a large amount of weight 5+ years ago I know all the feelings involved and have so much respect for those willing to take this challenge. Everyone will be the better for having done this no matter how much they lose!

    Chris, on that note how about offering a challenge to Cyril and the rest of the smokers out there? Once you’ve completed this contest I think your next challenge should be getting them to quit smoking. Just a thought….

    Good luck to all!!!

  43. 43 Jeff Nicklus Mar 23rd, 2009 at 9:12 am

    Thanks Nicker!

    Your program could become the next South Beach Diet !

    Over & Out,


  44. 44 Walt Lumpkin Mar 23rd, 2009 at 10:58 am

    All of you please take Sara’s advice and consult a doc about your method/s to loose the weight. Abrupt chances in diet can be dangerous.

    Most gyms will give you a couple of training sessions, body fat measurements and workout profiles depending on the facility. They may give you a break on the memebership if they can use your results to show others how effective their trainers are. Ask.

    Loosing 10 pounds of water weight is so much different than loosing the significant poundage you guys/gals are targeting.
    And starting a cardio program without some guidance and monitoring in the early stages can be especially hazardous.

    To paraphrase Toby Keith, non of us are as good as we once were and most of us will never be as good once as we ever were without taking it slow and easy at first.

    Good luck to you all, be healthy but most of all be safe.

  45. 45 Jeff Nicklus Mar 23rd, 2009 at 11:50 am


    I wouldn’t be working on losing weight if you hadn’t made me drink so damn many Mojitos! This is all your fault! lol

    Over & Out,


  46. 46 Walt Lumpkin Mar 23rd, 2009 at 2:47 pm

    Jeff: I’m no nutritionist but I have stayed at a Holiday Inn Express before. I was so sure that the mint would offset the calories in the rum and simple syrup. Damn!

    You don’t have to drink any more mojitos, I’ll be happy to drink them all myself next time.

  47. 47 Conrad Mar 23rd, 2009 at 4:54 pm

    HAHAHAHAHA I love it!

  48. 48 Nicker Mar 24th, 2009 at 12:22 am


    “…Your program could become the next South Beach Diet !…”

    Ya, the only problem i see is that with a way over-developed right leg, people would be walking around in circles…… 🙂


  49. 49 Jeff Nicklus Mar 24th, 2009 at 9:01 am


    ……. Ya, the only problem i see is that with a way over-developed right leg, people would be walking around in circles……

    If your hypotisis holds water then after I am complete the development of my right leg I would then be qualified to become a politician and move to Washington ……. After further consideration I believe I will stick with my electric start.

    Over & Out,


  50. 50 Me.... Mar 24th, 2009 at 12:28 pm


    I am a 32-year old chick that rides and could stand to lose about 50 lbs. I sent you an e-mail to your addy above that you’ve listed. I’d greatly appreciate a response and see what we’re working with!! I don’t know how many ladies you have doing this but I love a challenge! 😉


  51. 51 Nicker Mar 24th, 2009 at 1:55 pm


    “…I would then be qualified to become a politician …”

    Well…. not quite.
    That would also require a Frontal Lobotomy (or a bottle-in-front-o-me”?).


  52. 52 Nicker Mar 24th, 2009 at 1:58 pm


    “…I would then be qualified to become a politician …”

    Well…. not quite.
    That would also require a Frontal Lobotomy (or a “bottle-in-front-o-me”?).


  53. 53 Jeff Nicklus Mar 24th, 2009 at 2:26 pm


    Also, if by right leg were to become overly strong I would walk in circles to the LEFT and that, I can assure you, would never happen!

    Over & Out,


  54. 54 Roadside Marty Mar 24th, 2009 at 4:09 pm

    It’s hard to believe how far this has come from just a conversation with a great brother to how many other people want to be a part of it ,to the encouragement that has come from everyone who has heard about it and how this is just the smart thing to do, I can’t wait to see who else is lined up..and to the others who I haven’t had the chance to meet yet good luck and I will see you sooner than later LOL!! Roadside

  55. 55 Me.... Mar 24th, 2009 at 5:29 pm

    Ok boys!! You have me as a girl joinin’ this crazy charade(2 in fact!)…and we are gonna look HOT when it’s done! Chris said I can join ya and I will be getting a picture (albeit not the most flattering…but wait til October haha) to him by tomorrow…I am most excited!! Finally some freakin’ motivation. It was way too easy to slack. Now I gotta keep up with the guys (as usual!)..Good luck to us all! We will all definitely be winners even though we’re trying to be losers! :X

  56. 56 CAROLYN TOMAS Mar 25th, 2009 at 12:51 pm

    Kiwi Steve is mad at me again!. I brougth in a left over carrot cake from last night, for my Other guys today, not for Kiwi Steve, (It’s Steve’s Favorite) I’m going to make him a carrot cake that he can eat. Rice cake, shredded carrots and a hunk of low fat cheese. Steve will love it. Ask me for some cool diets and recipies. I have a choc cake recipie too. Fat free choc cake, Diet coke mix and bake as diercted, if you want white cake use diet 7up and bake. top with fat free or sugar free cool whip. You will save on calories and not flavor.

  57. 57 Me.... Mar 25th, 2009 at 1:02 pm


    That is so wrong 😉


    Maybe we can post the names of who is in this challenge?


  58. 58 Gina Woods Mar 25th, 2009 at 3:20 pm

    That’s right “ME” …look out October! Send me an email when you get a chance – gina@openroadradio.com

    April 5th “Getting Fit to Ride” on the show…will be interiewing Chris and WBLW participants… need the “other woman” to interview too – if you are game! 🙂
    I will be getting in touch wth Chris to inteview participants each month that he does a update/recap of the Challenge….to coincide with the magazine!

  59. 59 Me.... Mar 25th, 2009 at 3:34 pm

    Haha Gina..I’ve never been referred to as “the other woman” before. Sure I’ll do the interview. Is everyone scattered all over the place? I’m in California…

    oh…my name is Becky 😉

  60. 60 Gina Woods Mar 25th, 2009 at 4:20 pm

    I am waiting to hear that myself… thanks for the email…we’ll be in touch!

  61. 61 JC Mar 25th, 2009 at 6:44 pm

    What’s up everyone….I’m in Texas…
    I’ve already started. About a week in and and things are going well…er, besides some fatigue, muscle soreness, and hunger (lol). But, I’m already feeling better and getting stronger…..

    got to go…my bike is calling………ya…ya…the pedal type…

  62. 62 Chris Callen Mar 26th, 2009 at 10:14 am

    As soon as I get a chance I am going to update Cyril on the contest. We have 16 people now so it’s on!

  63. 63 MonkyGirl Mar 27th, 2009 at 7:52 am

    Wishing everyone lots of luck.

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