Cyclists Sharon Euler (left) of Gladstone and Greg Hoover of Raytown conversed with other cyclists prior to the grand opening of the latest section of the Katy Trail on Saturday in Pleasant Hill.
Cyclists Sharon Euler (left) of Gladstone and Greg Hoover of Raytown conversed with other cyclists prior to the grand opening of the latest section of the Katy Trail on Saturday in Pleasant Hill. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
Cyclists Sharon Euler (left) of Gladstone and Greg Hoover of Raytown conversed with other cyclists prior to the grand opening of the latest section of the Katy Trail on Saturday in Pleasant Hill. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star

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