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Back in the high life again

Overend, 55, wins fifth Iron Horse Classic road race
Durango’s ageless cycling wonder, 55-year-old Ned Overend, acknowledges cheers from the crowd as he wins his record fifth Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race. Overend last won in 1992.
Fifty-five-year-old Ned Overend of Durango descends Coal Bank Pass on Saturday as he heads for his record fifth victory in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race.
Ned Overend climbs Coal Bank pass en route to his fifth win in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic.
Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Road Race winner Ned Overend descends Coal Bank Pass at nearly 50 miles per hour.
The men’s lead group makes its way up Coal Bank Pass on a sunny Saturday.
The pro men leave Durango.

Back in the high life again

Durango’s ageless cycling wonder, 55-year-old Ned Overend, acknowledges cheers from the crowd as he wins his record fifth Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race. Overend last won in 1992.
Fifty-five-year-old Ned Overend of Durango descends Coal Bank Pass on Saturday as he heads for his record fifth victory in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race.
Ned Overend climbs Coal Bank pass en route to his fifth win in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic.
Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Road Race winner Ned Overend descends Coal Bank Pass at nearly 50 miles per hour.
The men’s lead group makes its way up Coal Bank Pass on a sunny Saturday.
The pro men leave Durango.
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