Quite a journey: Roy Roden, beginning his 1,800-mile bike ride from Vancouver to Los Angeles, on April 15. He has made various long bike rides to raise awareness of Parkinson’s.
Quite a journey: Roy Roden, beginning his 1,800-mile bike ride from Vancouver to Los Angeles, on April 15. He has made various long bike rides to raise awareness of Parkinson’s.
Quite a journey: Roy Roden, beginning his 1,800-mile bike ride from Vancouver to Los Angeles, on April 15. He has made various long bike rides to raise awareness of Parkinson’s.

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