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Friday, August 28, 2009
By Yokota Fritz


The USA Pro Cycling Championships takes place this weekend. James lives there and I expect to see good photos from him. My friend and sometime contributor to Cyclelicious Michael Franken is also in Greenville this weekend to shoot some photos.


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I'll be out there too. We are getting together on Sat. if anyone else will be in the area.
 
Hey Robb, I think James mentioned a meetup in Greenville.
 
Never mind - James already mentioned you'll be there :-)
 
Actually, plans fell through (had the press pass and everything)...so I won't be shooting. :(
 
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