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Rally Cycling Takes over the Airways

April 17, 2020

Rally Cycling Takes over the Airways

Riders join podcasts to share personal stories.

Inspired by "Stay in Touch" week of the Healthy Habits Challenge, three of Rally Cycling's athletes participated in podcasts as a way to stay connected during the current social distancing era. 

Emerson Oronte, Lily Williams, and John Murphy opened up about the challenges they are currently facing and how they are making the most out of their increased time at home.

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