If you’re on the road between Steamboat and Craig this morning, be on the lookout for bicycle riders, who are part of the longest annual charity bicycle ride in the world, the 13th annual “Texas 4000” benefiting cancer research. The Eighteen riders are in the middle of their 4,000 mile, 70 day journey, that began in Austin, Texas and will culminate in Anchorage, Alaska. In all, 67 riders are part of the annual ride which has three different routes. The riders spent last night in Steamboat. They’ll overnight in Craig tonight, then stop at Dinosaur National Monument tomorrow. To visit the Texas 4000 website click here.