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BRITAIN-ROYALS/WINDSOR
RTX6AU1S 
July 11, 2018 
A cyclist on a recumbent bicycle rides through the Old Downtown area in Windsor, California, May 4, 2018.... 
Windsor, UNITED STATES 
A cyclist on a recumbent bicycle rides through the old downtown area in Windsor, California 
A cyclist on a recumbent bicycle rides through the Old Downtown area in Windsor, California, May 4, 2018. Picture taken May 4, 2018. REUTERS/ Stephen Lam 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1S0Q4 
May 18, 2018 
A man rides a recumbent bicycle as he walks his dog past houses decked out in Union flags and bunting... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
A man rides a recumbent bicycle as he walks his dog past houses decked out in Union flags and bunting... 
A man rides a recumbent bicycle as he walks his dog past houses decked out in Union flags and bunting a day before the wedding of Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Windsor, Britain May 18, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
Sport
Sport 
High-Speed Streamline Bicycle - 05 Sep 2013 
15 PICTURES 
GERMANY/
RTX13818 
September 05, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia fixes duct tape to his knees to protect his skin from contact with the rotating... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Zabovnik of Slovenia fixes duct tape to his knees to protect his skin from contact with the rotating... 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia fixes duct tape to his knees to protect his skin from contact with the rotating back wheel of his high speed streamline bicycle during a training session at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Nevada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136MM 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia powers his high speed streamline bicycle during a test run at the DEKRA test... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Zabovnik of Slovenia powers his high speed streamline bicycle during a test run at the DEKRA test drive... 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia powers his high speed streamline bicycle during a test run at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136ML 
September 04, 2013 
Technician Oliver Lehtonen attempts to catch the high speed streamline bicycle as rider Damjan Zabovnik... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Technician Lehtonen attempts to catch the high speed streamline bicycle as rider Zabovnik brings it to... 
Technician Oliver Lehtonen attempts to catch the high speed streamline bicycle as rider Damjan Zabovnik brings it to a halt during a training session at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik of Slovenia will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136MK 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik (L) of Slovenia hugs his technician Oliver Lehtonen after a successful test run in his... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Zabovnik of Slovenia hugs his technician Lehtonen after a successful test run in his high speed streamline... 
Damjan Zabovnik (L) of Slovenia hugs his technician Oliver Lehtonen after a successful test run in his high speed streamline bicycle at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136MJ 
September 04, 2013 
Team technician Oliver Lehtonen (top) watches Damjan Zabovnik climb out of his high speed streamline... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Team technician Lehtonen watches Zabovnik climb out of his high speed streamline bicycle after a test... 
Team technician Oliver Lehtonen (top) watches Damjan Zabovnik climb out of his high speed streamline bicycle after a test run at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik of Slovenia will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136MI 
September 04, 2013 
Team technician Oliver Lehtonen pulls off the launcher to release Damjan Zabovnik's high speed streamline... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Team technician Lehtonen pulls off the launcher to release Zabovnik's high speed streamline bicycle for... 
Team technician Oliver Lehtonen pulls off the launcher to release Damjan Zabovnik's high speed streamline bicycle for a test run at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik of Slovenia will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136MH 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia looks at the road through the mirror below a top window in the shell of his... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Zabovnik of Slovenia looks at the road through the mirror below a top window in the shell of his high... 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia looks at the road through the mirror below a top window in the shell of his high speed streamline bicycle during a training session at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136MG 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia climbs into the front part of his high speed streamline bicycle during a... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Zabovnik of Slovenia climbs into the front part of his high speed streamline bicycle during a training... 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia climbs into the front part of his high speed streamline bicycle during a training session at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136MF 
September 04, 2013 
Team technicians Joze Krizan (L) and Oliver Lehtonen prepare Damjan Zabovnik's high speed streamline... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Team technicians Krizan and Lehtonen prepare Zabovnik's high speed streamline bicycle for a test run... 
Team technicians Joze Krizan (L) and Oliver Lehtonen prepare Damjan Zabovnik's high speed streamline bicycle for a test run at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik of Slovenia will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136ME 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia climbs out of the front part of his high speed streamline bicycle during... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Zabovnik of Slovenia climbs out of the front part of his high speed streamline bicycle during a training... 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia climbs out of the front part of his high speed streamline bicycle during a training session at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
SLOVENIA/
RTX136MC 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia runs his training machine next to his bicycle shell in a garage in the village... 
Skale pri Velenju, Slovenia 
Zabovnik of Slovenia runs his training machine next to his bicycle shell in a garage in the village of... 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia runs his training machine next to his bicycle shell in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August 14, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the U.S. Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
GERMANY/
RTX136MB 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia puts on his boots before embarking on a test run with his high speed streamline... 
Klettwitz, Germany 
Zabovnik of Slovenia puts on his boots before embarking on a test run with his high speed streamline... 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia puts on his boots before embarking on a test run with his high speed streamline bicycle at the DEKRA test drive oval in the eastern town of Klettwitz, August 31, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. He designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
SLOVENIA/
RTX136M8 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia assembles his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August... 
Skale pri Velenju, Slovenia 
Zabovnik of Slovenia assembles his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia assembles his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August 14, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the U.S. Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
SLOVENIA/
RTX136M7 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia assembles his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August... 
Skale pri Velenju, Slovenia 
Zabovnik of Slovenia assembles his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia assembles his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August 14, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the U.S. Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
SLOVENIA/
RTX136M6 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia inspects the shell of his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near... 
Skale pri Velenju, Slovenia 
Zabovnik of Slovenia inspects the shell of his bicycle in garage in village Skale near Velenje 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia inspects the shell of his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August 14, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the U.S. Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
SLOVENIA/
RTX136M5 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia prepares his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August... 
Skale pri Velenju, Slovenia 
Zabovnik prepares his bicycle in garage in village Skale near Velenje 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia prepares his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August 14, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the U.S. Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
SLOVENIA/
RTX136M4 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia mounts the gearing onto his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near... 
Skale pri Velenju, Slovenia 
Zabovnik of Slovenia mounts the gearing onto his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje... 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia mounts the gearing onto his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August 14, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the U.S. Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
SLOVENIA/
RTX136M3 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia inspects the shell of his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near... 
Skale pri Velenju, Slovenia 
Zabovnik of Slovenia inspects the shell of his bicycle in garage in village Skale near Velenje 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia inspects the shell of his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August 14, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the U.S. Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
SLOVENIA/
RTX136M2 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia poses with his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje,... 
Skale pri Velenju, Slovenia 
Zabovnik of Slovenia poses with his bicycle in a garage in the village Skale near Velenje 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia poses with his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August 14, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the U.S. Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
SLOVENIA/
RTX136M1 
September 04, 2013 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia inspects the sprocket of his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale... 
Skale pri Velenju, Slovenia 
Zabovnik of Slovenia inspects the sprocket of his bicycle in garage in village Skale near Velenje 
Damjan Zabovnik of Slovenia inspects the sprocket of his bicycle in a garage in the village of Skale near Velenje, August 14, 2013. Zabovnik will attempt to break the world record for human-powered vehicles later this month in the U.S. Navada desert, pushing his self-designed carbon-fibre recumbent bike beyond 133 km/h. Zabovnik designed his bike in a way that the driver is positioned head first in the narrow shell, powering the back wheel and watching the road ahead through a small mirror that looks out of a window at the top. Picture taken August 14, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SPORT CYCLING) 
USA-PENTAGON/PAYERRORS
RTX11I3W 
July 09, 2013 
Members of the Rolling Thunder New Mexico-Chapter one greet U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken before... 
El Paso, UNITED STATES 
Members of the Rolling Thunder New Mexico-Chapter one greet U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken before... 
Members of the Rolling Thunder New Mexico-Chapter one greet U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken before presenting him with a recumbent bicycle in El Paso, Texas May 20, 2013. Aiken, who served 16 months in Iraq and 13 months in Afghanistan and has been active duty for nearly 10 years, has severe post-traumatic stress disorder. He was injured by an RPG in 2010, which left him with a crushed left hip and a traumatic brain injury. Picture taken May 20, 2013. To match Special Report USA-PENTAGON/PAYERRORS REUTERS/Ivan Pierre Aguirre (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH MILITARY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-PENTAGON/PAYERRORS
RTX11I3T 
July 09, 2013 
U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken and his family walk out of their home to greet members of the Rolling... 
El Paso, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken and his family walk to greet members of the Rolling Thunder New Mexico-Chapter... 
U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken and his family walk out of their home to greet members of the Rolling Thunder New Mexico-Chapter one before being presented with a recumbent bicycle to help with physical therapy in El Paso, Texas May 20, 2013. Aiken, who served 16 months in Iraq and 13 months in Afghanistan and has been active duty for nearly 10 years, has severe post-traumatic stress disorder. He was injured by an RPG in 2010, which left him with a crushed left hip and a traumatic brain injury. Picture taken May 20, 2013. To match Special Report USA-PENTAGON/PAYERRORS REUTERS/Ivan Pierre Aguirre (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH MILITARY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-PENTAGON/PAYERRORS
RTX11I3R 
July 09, 2013 
U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken stands outside his home to wave goodbye to members of the Rolling... 
El Paso, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken stands outside his home to wave goodbye to members of the Rolling... 
U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken stands outside his home to wave goodbye to members of the Rolling Thunder New Mexico-Chapter one in El Paso, Texas May 20, 2013. The group gave a recumbent bicycle to Aiken to help with physical therapy. Aiken, who served 16 months in Iraq and 13 months in Afghanistan and has been active duty for nearly 10 years, has severe post-traumatic stress disorder. He was injured by an RPG in 2010, which left him with a crushed left hip and a traumatic brain injury. Picture taken May 24, 2013. To match Special Report USA-PENTAGON/PAYERRORS REUTERS/Ivan Pierre Aguirre (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY HEALTH BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
GERMANY/
RTR1Z8KR 
April 08, 2008 
Didi Senft, a 56-year-old cycling fan better known as 'El Diablo', poses for the media before riding... 
Berlin, Germany 
Cycling fan El Diablo poses while sitting in his giant 'guitar bicycle' in Storkow 
Didi Senft, a 56-year-old cycling fan better known as 'El Diablo', poses for the media before riding on his so-called 'guitar bicycle' in Storkow, some 50 km (31 miles) south of the German capital Berlin, April 8, 2008. Didi made the giant 'guitar bicycle' in the shape of a guitar, which measures five metres (16.4 feet) high about 12 metres (39.3 feet) long. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
ARCTIC RACER
RTR1INP3 
October 25, 2006 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Mike Pierce works out in freezer to simulate conditons in Antarctica 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (- 23 degrees Celsius) that simulates the conditions in Antarctica October 24, 2006. Pierce will be competing in the Antarctica UltraMarathon a 100k race scheduled for December 2006. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
ARCTIC RACER
RTR1INP1 
October 25, 2006 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Mike Pierce works out in freezer to simulate conditons in Antarctica 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (- 23 degrees Celsius) that simulates the conditions in Antarctica October 24, 2006. Pierce will be competing in the Antarctica UltraMarathon a 100k race scheduled for December 2006. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
ARCTIC RACER
RTR1INP0 
October 25, 2006 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Mike Pierce works out in freezer to simulate conditons in Antarctica 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (- 23 degrees Celsius) that simulates the conditions in Antarctica October 24, 2006. Pierce will be competing in the Antarctica UltraMarathon a 100k race scheduled for December 2006. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
ARCTIC RACER
RTR1INOZ 
October 25, 2006 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Mike Pierce works out in freezer to simulate conditons in Antarctica 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (- 23 degrees Celsius) that simulates the conditions in Antarctica October 24, 2006. Pierce will be competing in the Antarctica UltraMarathon a 100k race scheduled for December 2006. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
ARCTIC RACER
RTR1INOY 
October 25, 2006 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
Mike Pierce works out in freezer to simulate conditons in Antarctica 
Mike Pierce works out on an exercise bike in a commercial freezer in San Diego, California cooled to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (- 23 degrees Celsius) that simulates the conditions in Antarctica October 24, 2006. Pierce will be competing in the Antarctica UltraMarathon a 100k race scheduled for December 2006. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATES) 
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