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Global Women's Cycling Day

More than 60 people took part in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride Sunday, May 11, 2014 in Colorado Springs.

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Left to right, Sarah Kelso, Sue Stockinger and Ahtima Stockinger, 7, were among several who put on headscarves to honor "Rosie the Riveter" for a six mile bike ride early Sunday, May 11, 2014. More than 60 people took part in the CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride which organizers with UpaDowna said was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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More than 60 people took part Sunday, May 11, 2014, in a CycloFemme Global Women's Cycling Day ride in Colorado Springs. Organizers with UpaDowna said the six mile ride was intended to "honor the past, celebrate the present and empower the future of women in cycling." Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

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