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Valley cycling hits the US headlines

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Sustainable living James Lauritz

THIS stunning photo has put Valley cycling on the world map.

A reporter for Bicycling Magazine - America's and possibly the world's top-selling cycling magazine - saw this image captured on Wooli Beach and couldn't resist finding out what our region had to offer in terms of pedal power.

Nigel Blake, secretary of Grafton Cycle Club was only too happy to share the range of road and trail cycling options on offer, in particular boasting about the Bom Bom Frozen Chook race held on tracks carved out of the state forest by local mountain bikers.

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