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(September 18-23, 2008)

Bo Lorentzen

Park-ing day in Los Angeles

Paco Lorente

Bicycle Day

Valencia, Spain

September 21, 2008 - 10:00 UTC (12:00 local time)

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Many people, many colors.

We are at the end of the 14th Bicycle Day in Valencia city, this year with about 14.000 citizens riding it has been the most successful bicycle event of this city.

Perhaps one of the keys of success has been that has been selected the same track in wich several weeks ago Felipe Massa driving a Ferrari won the first F1 race at the Valencia street circuit

My son and me have been participated and this time all has been quiet and more colorful.

Europe / Spain

Lat: 39° 28' 27.18" N
Long: 0° 21' 55.12" W

Elevation: 10

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Canon 40D, Tokina fisheye 10-17mm at 10mm, handheld, PTGui, PanoCube
Día de la bicicleta [spanish]
Mucha gente suele ser sinónimo de muchos colores. Estamos en el final del 14 Día de la Bicicleta en Valencia, este año con unos 14.000 participantes ha sido el evento más existoso celebrado.

Quizás una de las claves del éxito has sido la ruta elegida para los participantes, que ha sido la misma en la cual varias semanas antes el piloto Felipe Massa conduciendo un Ferrari ganó la primera carrera de Fórmula 1 celebrada en el Valencia street circuit. Esta vez todo ha sido mucho más tranquilo, familiar y colorido, mi hijo y yo hemos participado también.

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