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Old 09-13-12, 09:47 AM   #1
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Hey Guys,
So I'm a new Athena, i've been stalking this forum for a bit. Got myself a cyclocross bike because I just moved to NC where many of the trails are gravel/dirt, but I love the way a road bike feels. Anyway, I wasn't sure where to put this but thought you guys would appreciate these cool portraits of cycling athletes.

They remind me of something you'd see in a 1960's text of "The Art of Cycling" or something. Anyway, if you like cycling and all things different like I do, you may enjoy these!
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