Radio Noon - Manitoba | May 2, 2013 | 7:42

Arvid Loewan Ride for Mully Children's Family Orphanage

Riding from California to Maryland in 12 days or less! a 56-year-old Winnipeg cyclist tells why he's tackling that gruelling trip.

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