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Hitting the trail

Cyclists on the epic course negotiate the muddy trail in today
Cyclists on the epic course negotiate the muddy trail in today's Campbell River leg of the BC Bike Race held in the Snowden Forest.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror

The Campbell River leg of the BC Bike Race – second of a seven-stage race – kicked off from Robert Ostler Park Monday morning. Trail conditions were muddy but riders were undaunted.

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