After picking up his Surly Troll touring bike, Australian Ron Maskell sets out on a trip of a lifetime beneath the Historic Route 66 sign in downtown Chicago.
After picking up his Surly Troll touring bike, Australian Ron Maskell sets out on a trip of a lifetime beneath the Historic Route 66 sign in downtown Chicago. courtesy photo
After picking up his Surly Troll touring bike, Australian Ron Maskell sets out on a trip of a lifetime beneath the Historic Route 66 sign in downtown Chicago. courtesy photo

Cycling Route 66, looking for cars

May 05, 2012 05:00 AM

UPDATED May 05, 2012 06:54 AM

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