Citizens Tour draws a diverse mix of cyclists

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Citizens Tour draws a diverse mix of cyclists

Participants excited, nervous before big ride to Silverton

Citizens Tour draws a diverse mix of cyclists

The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train heads out of the station Saturday morning in a race with bicyclists to Silverton. The train was free for veterans, Gold and Blue star parents and families and people on active duty in the military. A Memorial Day ceremony was held in Silverton before the train started the 3½-hour return trip to Durango.
A veteran carries flags to the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train that raced cyclists to Silverton.
Cyclist Adam Rothermich poses with his bike at the start of the McDonald’s Citizens Tour to Silverton in the 46th Iron Horse Bicycle Classic.
Train enthusiast Steve Seccombe, 78, is a 10-time participant in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic.
From left to right: Gina Corliss, Jerry Corliss and Paul Regalado. The trio traveled from New Mexico for their first McDonald’s Citizen’s Tour to Silverton.
Brian Pugh, left, and John Mummery at the start of the McDonald’s Citizens Tour.
Brothers Don Gawlik, left, and Keith Gawlik stand with the Tailwind Nutrition Beat the Train Challenge team at the starting line of the McDonald’s Citizens Tour to Silverton.
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