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Cyclist rides through Columbia on St. Louis to DC Trek

2013-05-16 - 104 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Gary Rose, left met Ze'ev Lailari, from Northern Virginia today. Lailari is biking home from St. Louis, where he is a student at Washington University, St. Louis, MO, where he has just completed his freshman year in computer science. Today is sixth day of his 1,000 mile to Falls Church, VA. The bike is a Fuji touring bike, a 22 lb. bike, but with the front and rear panniers, and luggage racks, tent and sleeping bag, it weighs around 70 lbs. Gary Rose is founder of BicyclingAdair and is a member of Warm Showers, a group which provides overnight stays, a place for showers, and often, as in the Roses' case, meals. Rose has now hosted six at his home off Liberty Road. Warm showers is strictly for touring cyclists. Rose is riding a Trek hybrid, a cross between a mountain bike and a touring bike.
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