Measuring up to Iron Horse

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Measuring up to Iron Horse

For bicyclists, preparation time is over and the race is on
Last-minute preparations were common Friday afternoon with the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic looming. Miguel Ramos, 27, of Homer, Alaska, works on his mountain bike at 2nd Avenue Sports.
“It’s my first time and I didn’t train. I decided last night I was going to sign up,” said Bronwyn Radcliffe, left, of Durango. Radcliffe signed up for the Quarter Horse while her dog, Carly, searched for food and attention Friday at late registration at Buckley Park. The Quarter Horse is a 25-mile road ride from Durango to Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort. In back are Mint Henk, left, of Durango and John Warner, right, from Breckenridge.

Measuring up to Iron Horse

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Last-minute preparations were common Friday afternoon with the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic looming. Miguel Ramos, 27, of Homer, Alaska, works on his mountain bike at 2nd Avenue Sports.
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“It’s my first time and I didn’t train. I decided last night I was going to sign up,” said Bronwyn Radcliffe, left, of Durango. Radcliffe signed up for the Quarter Horse while her dog, Carly, searched for food and attention Friday at late registration at Buckley Park. The Quarter Horse is a 25-mile road ride from Durango to Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort. In back are Mint Henk, left, of Durango and John Warner, right, from Breckenridge.
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