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Be Inspired: Best Bicycling Tips from Physician Turned BicyclistHealth Hub from Cleveland Clinic“One great thing about bicycle touring is that you get to see the best of humanity,” he says. He caught the bicycling bug when he was 14 years old. Then, during medical school, he and a group of buddies rode from Seattle to New York, “and it was quite …
United on the DivideCortez JournalThey had ridden a few portions of what is called the Great Divide Route – put together by Adventure Cycling Association – and the idea to do the Tour Divide took shape. It is self-supported, so many of the challenges are logistical – for example …
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'I'm not quite full mammal – I don't do lycra'Irish IndependentEdel Coffey. Published 30/07/2014|00:00. 0 Comments; Share. Eamon Ryan. "I've been cycling since I was five or six years old. In Dublin, it just makes such sense. We've a flat city, and it's drier than you think. It's drier than Copenhagan or Amsterdam …[Read more]
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