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A grand GranFondo

An estimated 1,200 riders took part in the third annual Prospera Valley GranFondo, riding a five to six hour route that began and ended in Fort Langley on Sunday. Cycling enthusiasts had three distance options. The popular event raises money for the B.C. Special Olympics.  - dan ferguson
An estimated 1,200 riders took part in the third annual Prospera Valley GranFondo, riding a five to six hour route that began and ended in Fort Langley on Sunday. Cycling enthusiasts had three distance options. The popular event raises money for the B.C. Special Olympics.
— image credit: dan ferguson

 

An estimated 1,200 riders took part in the third annual Prospera Valley GranFondo, riding a five to six hour route that began and ended in Fort Langley on Sunday. Cycling enthusiasts had three distance options. The popular event raises money for the B.C. Special Olympics.

 

 

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