From left, Roger Williams, of Lawrence Kenny Carlson of Gardner and Bud Middleton of Overland Park endured a soggy 70-mile, three-hour ride during Sunday's 12th Annual Sunflowers to Roses Bike Tour. The event, which raises money and awareness to fight cancer and promotes cycling as a safe recreational family activity, began and ended at The Bike Source near 135th Street and Quivira in Overland Park.
From left, Roger Williams, of Lawrence Kenny Carlson of Gardner and Bud Middleton of Overland Park endured a soggy 70-mile, three-hour ride during Sunday's 12th Annual Sunflowers to Roses Bike Tour. The event, which raises money and awareness to fight cancer and promotes cycling as a safe recreational family activity, began and ended at The Bike Source near 135th Street and Quivira in Overland Park. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
From left, Roger Williams, of Lawrence Kenny Carlson of Gardner and Bud Middleton of Overland Park endured a soggy 70-mile, three-hour ride during Sunday's 12th Annual Sunflowers to Roses Bike Tour. The event, which raises money and awareness to fight cancer and promotes cycling as a safe recreational family activity, began and ended at The Bike Source near 135th Street and Quivira in Overland Park. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

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August 03, 2014 4:01 PM

Soggy weather doesn’t deter bicyclists from Overland Park benefit tour

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