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Harry wrote a new post, Next beginner bike-touring lesson and rides are Sunday at Ankeny – Statesman Journal, on the site BikeTravellers News 1 hour, 22 minutes ago
Next beginner bike-touring lesson and rides are Sunday at AnkenyStatesman JournalIf you're curious about group bicycle touring but don't have a clue about how to get started, the Salem Bicycle Club has an […]
Lots of Trials But Some Fun TooSalisbury PostStill, down the road from Andrews, S.C. I went. My flashing red light shows up really well and everyone gave me plenty of room. I had two choices, and of course one was to follow the Adventure Cycling map and probably see lots more woods and rough roads.
Harry wrote a new post, Cyclists bring millions of dollars into Montana – Great Falls Tribune, on the site BikeTravellers News 16 hours, 31 minutes ago
Great Falls TribuneCyclists bring millions of dollars into MontanaGreat Falls TribuneThe research group worked with Missoula-based Adventure Cycling to poll cyclists who had passed through Montana in the past three years to find out what they liked about their experience in the Treasure State and what they didn't. The study found that …and…[Read more]
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