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Corning greeted RAGBRAI riders with bicycle artwork in 2015

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Corning greeted RAGBRAI riders with bicycle artwork in 2015

KCCI Archive: Corning greeted RAGBRAI riders with authentic artwork in 2015



the spirit of rag dry is all over. *** little sand like deputies, no longer best caution bikers in regards to the sand on the backside of *** hill but additionally getting rid of the chance in corning bikers had been met with *** considered one of *** type were given to take *** image murals, made totally of repurposed bicycles picked up throughout town extensive cleanup, crowned off through *** splendidly demanding personality named Greg bray rita. Her writing is in excellent shape. She almost definitely may not make it the entire day using like double jointed ankles. As soon as previous the contest to draw those as soon as in *** decade at maximum shoppers is going to any other degree rooster and noodles and perceive additionally know that Gatorade water 60 miles into the trip landscape. Highschool scholars are looking to lift $5000 for subsequent spring’s after promenade birthday party, they picked *** nice location too scorching, chilly beverages. Welcome to Creston guys remaining hair of the day. And if in case you have the suitable product dollars for an icy isn’t *** difficult sale as a result of all I see aren’t created similarly. Now not till you could have been writing for like 60 miles after which when somebody fingers you an icy as you might be using, then it turns into the sector’s easiest ice

KCCI Archive: Corning greeted RAGBRAI riders with authentic artwork in 2015

When RAGBRAI rolled via Corning in 2015, the city greeted riders with an authentic piece of art work.As KCCI’s Mark Tauscheck experiences, the murals was once created totally out of recycled bicycles.Extra KCCI Archives:

When RAGBRAI rolled via Corning in 2015, the city greeted riders with an authentic piece of art work.

As KCCI’s Mark Tauscheck experiences, the murals was once created totally out of recycled bicycles.

Extra KCCI Archives: