After a daylong ride and hours behind schedule, Rock Hill cyclist Paul Neal reached the Alabama line on Wednesday night on his cross-country bike ride. Neal, who made the same trip 50 years ago, left Monday from south of Charlotte and has about 2,500 miles still to cross in the coming weeks.
After a daylong ride and hours behind schedule, Rock Hill cyclist Paul Neal reached the Alabama line on Wednesday night on his cross-country bike ride. Neal, who made the same trip 50 years ago, left Monday from south of Charlotte and has about 2,500 miles still to cross in the coming weeks. Paul Neal
After a daylong ride and hours behind schedule, Rock Hill cyclist Paul Neal reached the Alabama line on Wednesday night on his cross-country bike ride. Neal, who made the same trip 50 years ago, left Monday from south of Charlotte and has about 2,500 miles still to cross in the coming weeks. Paul Neal

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