April Esposito and her sons Giovanni, 6, and Vincent, 4, cheer on her husband and their father, Robert Esposito. Esposito, who was making the ride in memory of his mother, joined hundreds of other cyclists at the beginning of 24 Hours of Booty.
April Esposito and her sons Giovanni, 6, and Vincent, 4, cheer on her husband and their father, Robert Esposito. Esposito, who was making the ride in memory of his mother, joined hundreds of other cyclists at the beginning of 24 Hours of Booty. Erin Smith erinsmith@charlotteobserver.com
April Esposito and her sons Giovanni, 6, and Vincent, 4, cheer on her husband and their father, Robert Esposito. Esposito, who was making the ride in memory of his mother, joined hundreds of other cyclists at the beginning of 24 Hours of Booty. Erin Smith erinsmith@charlotteobserver.com

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