Photos » The Prouty Century Ride Bikeathon TSRC and NH-ARES provide communications for one of the largest cancer research fundraisers in the country each July. Our net control in the Ops Center. Dave, WA1ZCN, installing an antenna for the W1FN-3 digi Stop And Go - food, water, first aid, rest - and a ham on duty! That's Ron AB1NN's SUV with roof-mounted PVC antenna mast. Ron's been a fixture at SAG 1 for years. One of our roving hams, helping repair a bike alongside the road. 2004 Circa 2004 - this station includes APRS and voice comms and its own battery This is our primary antenna and sandbagged tripod on the Richmond Middle School roof - right above the Operations Center. Adam monitoring the APRS "back office" to keep things running smoothly - an essential part of the operation Dean and Bob, with Operations Manager Tony, keeping the event running smoothly Steve working to fine-tune APRS prior to the big day Our net control position with large screen APRS display APRS lets us track all our rover stations and resupply trucks, making dispatch faster and reducing voice traffic on the repeaters.