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In 1992, a group of San Francisco cyclists began monthly bike rides en masse through the city to raise awareness of cyclist safety and promote road sharing among cyclists and motorists.

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Restorations Bring History To Life

Richard Dryer’s auto affair began in his dad’s garage when he was 6 years old and it never stopped. He grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, drag racing and occasionally blowing up engines his father brought home from work.

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American Muscle 1973 Pinto

There is nothing typical about eighty- one-year-old Panama City resident Bob Harris. This Kansas native is an active participant in the area’s “show car community” and there is nothing typical about his car, either.

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The Classic Mustang

Bob Wood always had a love and respect for Mustangs, one of Ford Motor Company’s first muscle cars. In 1975 he found a Fastback for sale with a $2,500 price tag .

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