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Read Cycle Magazine, August/September 2016

Cycle Magazine, August / September 2016
Cycle Magazine, August / September 2016
In this issue: Travelling light along The South Downs Way; Josie Dew - Cycle Camping with kids; bike renovation from the shed; £1300 tourers from Cinelli and Light Blue; lace-up cycling shows on test.
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