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Kohler was a member of a tour group riding 318 miles over five days through the valley. Around 8 p.m. on March 12, the first day of the trip, Kohler told his companions he was tired and got up to leave the campfire.
There was no indication Kohler ever went to sleep in his tent. His bike and overnight gear were found at the camp.
Originally posted by desert
I'm beginning to think that dying doing something you love to do would not be a bad thing. The cyclist seemed to be having some problems ("off-kilter" and falling) from an emerging medical condition. Maybe a stroke or...? If he were at home, the warning signs probably would have been ignored, so, yeah, at least he died doing what he liked.