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Home sweet Hagman

Neither crash, mud nor rain can stop FLC alumnus from reaching home
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$Former Fort Lewis College cyclist Alex Hagman, standing near the finish of Stage 1 in Mt. Crested Butte, finished 42nd in Wednesday’s Queen Stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. He’ll be back on the bicycle today for an individual time trial in Vail.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$Alex Hagman made the final steep descent from the summit of Independence Pass (12,095 feet) into Aspen, where he sprinted around a downtown circuit before finishing in front of a huge hometown crowd.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$Alex Hagman, the former Fort Lewis College national mountain bike champion who now rides for Jelly Belly, rode right back into his hometown of Aspen on Wednesday afternoon after pedaling all day with many of the best cyclists in the world in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$

Home sweet Hagman

$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$Former Fort Lewis College cyclist Alex Hagman, standing near the finish of Stage 1 in Mt. Crested Butte, finished 42nd in Wednesday’s Queen Stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. He’ll be back on the bicycle today for an individual time trial in Vail.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$Alex Hagman made the final steep descent from the summit of Independence Pass (12,095 feet) into Aspen, where he sprinted around a downtown circuit before finishing in front of a huge hometown crowd.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$Alex Hagman, the former Fort Lewis College national mountain bike champion who now rides for Jelly Belly, rode right back into his hometown of Aspen on Wednesday afternoon after pedaling all day with many of the best cyclists in the world in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
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