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It was a windy start to a three-day ride to the beach for cyclists participating in Cycle to the Sea, an event that raises funds and awareness for the Adaptive Sports and Adventures Program (ASAP) of Carolinas Healthcare System’s Carolinas Rehabilitation. The group began its 180-mile trek from Monroe, N.C., to North Myrtle Beach on April 6, stopping for lunch at the Marathon gas station at the intersection of S.C. 9 and Highway 601. Of the 38 cyclists, 14 were hand cyclists "facing one of the most challenging days with the strong winds,” said Talia Wucherer of the group.
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