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Old 07-05-13, 12:08 PM   #1
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Massachusetts cyclist dies after group hit by car in Arkansas

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Always a bad idea to ride in groups of more than 3-4 cyclist. For one it is just rude to motorists to force them to pass such a large group, more important it can be dangerous for a number of reasons as this group learned one.

A 21 yo? I have $100 that says the authorities will find she was texting. Anyone want to take the bet against me?
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