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John HartAbout 80 riders took part in the 24-hour Agony Ride - 1 p.m. Friday to 1 p.m. Saturday - to raise money for Christian Encounter Ministries, a south Grass Valley group that works with youth. The ride started in Loyalton and one circuit was 28 miles. More riders biked 150 to 200 miles, stopping to rest and eat. Carl Douglass of Grass Valley set a new record this year, riding 334 miles. Pledges for this year's ride totaled $126,000.
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About 80 riders took part in the 24-hour Agony Ride – 1 p.m. Friday to 1 p.m. Saturday – to raise money for Christian Encounter Ministries, a south Grass Valley group that works with youth. The ride started in Loyalton and one circuit was 28 miles. More riders biked 150 to 200 miles, stopping to rest and eat. Carl Douglass of Grass Valley set a new record this year, riding 334 miles. Pledges for this year’s ride totaled $126,000.


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