Scott Naeser, right, of Raleigh explains how to eat a honey stick to Barry Sink, left, of Lexington. The two rode across the state in “Mountains to Coast,” a recreation bicycle tour.
Scott Naeser, right, of Raleigh explains how to eat a honey stick to Barry Sink, left, of Lexington. The two rode across the state in “Mountains to Coast,” a recreation bicycle tour. pseligson@newsobserver.com
Scott Naeser, right, of Raleigh explains how to eat a honey stick to Barry Sink, left, of Lexington. The two rode across the state in “Mountains to Coast,” a recreation bicycle tour. pseligson@newsobserver.com

Bike ride stops in Johnston

October 11, 2013 1:35 PM

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