Ocean Cyclery Book Talk: Hell on Two Wheels

From SPUR:

Hell on Two Wheels takes readers inside the Race Across America, a harrowing, 3,000-mile long ultra-distance cycling race and follows a handful of courageous competitors who test themselves, each other, and the limits of human endurance. Light snacks and drinks will be served. Please RSVP to hello@oceancyclery oroceancyclery@facebook.com

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