Ultra-cyclists Linda Dabbiero, Alex Strouhal, Dan Rocco and Sandor Kormos ride along University Parkway in Lakewood Ranch, training for upcoming competitions. Dabbiero and Rocco are preparing to take part in Race Across America, a 3,068-mile bicycle race across the United States. They will be raising money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital during the event.
Ultra-cyclists Linda Dabbiero, Alex Strouhal, Dan Rocco and Sandor Kormos ride along University Parkway in Lakewood Ranch, training for upcoming competitions. Dabbiero and Rocco are preparing to take part in Race Across America, a 3,068-mile bicycle race across the United States. They will be raising money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital during the event. Grant Jefferies gjefferies@bradenton.com
Ultra-cyclists Linda Dabbiero, Alex Strouhal, Dan Rocco and Sandor Kormos ride along University Parkway in Lakewood Ranch, training for upcoming competitions. Dabbiero and Rocco are preparing to take part in Race Across America, a 3,068-mile bicycle race across the United States. They will be raising money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital during the event. Grant Jefferies gjefferies@bradenton.com

Manatee, Sarasota ultra-cyclists take fitness to new level

June 13, 2016 05:54 PM

UPDATED June 14, 2016 11:00 AM

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