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Greg Glover sports a time trial helmet to go with his $3,500 bicycle. Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News

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Greg Glover sports a time trial helmet to go with his $3,500 bicycle. Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News

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  • John and Sandy Krohn said they saw a lot of future members of their organization at the event. Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Tour director Scott Shook instructs riders before they head out on a beautiful morning. Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Greg Glover sports a time trial helmet to go with his $3,500 bicycle. Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Riley Aboud-Hall, 9, was the youngest rider in the event. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Even a small car like the BMW Z-3 could be used to haul bikes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Jim Miller, project engineer for the City of Marco Island, shows the proposed 'linear park' bide path to Marge Aylward. Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Bob Thompson's shirt shows he's a man with a heart. Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Deb McCabe and Lt. Pete Beucler with the City of Marco Island helped things run smoothly. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Joel Fitzgarrald equipped his bike with a GPS unit. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Triathlete Iggy Spruce rode the 30-mile loop, finished early, and headed out with the 5-mile group. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News
  • Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes. Lance Shearer/Special to the Daily News

Approximately 175 cyclists rode their bicycles in the first ever Tour de Marco on Sunday, choosing between 5, 15, and 30-mile routes.

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