Life Cycles: One family's 50-mile, Coming-of age tradition - AARP
Lorne Garrettson took his 9-year-old daughter out for a 50-mile bike ride. It became a coming-of-age family tradition for his two other daughters. Now at 82, he is taking his last 50-mile ride with his youngest grandchild, Greta.
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