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Josh Lederman of Bettendorf, Iowa, and Leah Gruhn, of Duluth, can smile after enduing driving, brutal winds and sub-freezing cold during their 380-mile journey on gravel roads. They rode the last leg of the Alexander 380 together before ending at the Spring Valley Community Center early Sunday morning. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Josh Lederman of Bettendorf, Iowa, and Leah Gruhn, of Duluth, can smile after enduing driving, brutal winds and sub-freezing cold during their 380-mile journey on gravel roads. They rode the last leg of the Alexander 380 together before ending at the Spring Valley Community Center early Sunday morning. SUBMITTED PHOTO
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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 11:33 AM

The Alexander 380 held the weekend of May 14 is one of the most challenging gravel road races in the country under normal circumstances, but Friday’s driving rain, which included snow and hail for some riders, Saturday’s brutal 20- to 30-mile-per-hour headwinds and Saturday night’s sub-freezing temperatures made the 380-mile race even more daunting in 2016.

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