Paul Neal’s second ride across the country has had some good days and some bad (as he jokingly illustrated in the picture above). On Monday, the Rock Hill cyclist is making his way across the flats of the Mississippi Delta, scheduled for a crossing of the Mississippi River on Tuesday morning. A week into his trip, Neal, 68, has covered almost four states. He’s also a day ahead of the pace he set in 1967, when the then-18-year-old made it all the way to Los Angeles in 38 days.
Paul Neal’s second ride across the country has had some good days and some bad (as he jokingly illustrated in the picture above). On Monday, the Rock Hill cyclist is making his way across the flats of the Mississippi Delta, scheduled for a crossing of the Mississippi River on Tuesday morning. A week into his trip, Neal, 68, has covered almost four states. He’s also a day ahead of the pace he set in 1967, when the then-18-year-old made it all the way to Los Angeles in 38 days. Paul Neal
Paul Neal’s second ride across the country has had some good days and some bad (as he jokingly illustrated in the picture above). On Monday, the Rock Hill cyclist is making his way across the flats of the Mississippi Delta, scheduled for a crossing of the Mississippi River on Tuesday morning. A week into his trip, Neal, 68, has covered almost four states. He’s also a day ahead of the pace he set in 1967, when the then-18-year-old made it all the way to Los Angeles in 38 days. Paul Neal

Paul Neal’s ride at one week: The Big Muddy is dead ahead

June 12, 2017 11:54 AM

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