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Sé O'Hanlon - Specific Race History
... in France after his Rás win in 1962, had difficulty with his NCA licence in France but rode well before returning to Ireland ... In 1966 O'Hanlon rode against a French team which included Jean Bellay, who rode the 1954 Tour de France Bellay finished second to O'Hanlon ... He wore the yellow jersey again in 1973 and rode the race every year until 1984 ...
Rode - Objects
... Rode, a cable, chain, or rope, especially one attached to the anchor of a small boat. ...
Jonas Raun
... In 2006, he also rode for Polish third division side Rawicz, and he rode in the Danish Under 21 final in 2005, at age 16, and finished 15th over all ... In 2007, he rode 32 matches for Newcastle, achieving an average of 5.50, before crashing in September ...
Long Way Down
... by Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman, on which they rode south through 18 countries from John o' Groats in Scotland to Cape Town in South Africa via Europe and Africa in 2007 ... It is a follow-up to the Long Way Round trip of 2004, when the pair rode east from London to New York via Eurasia and North America ... They rode the BMW R1200GS Adventure, the successor to the R1150GS Adventure bikes they rode in Long Way Round ...
Stan Brittain - Cycling Competitions - Tour De France
... Brittain rode a 'Witcombe Cycles' bike ... The British and Elliott rode as a team within a team ... He rode for Viking Cycles in Britain for the first months of 1959, then left to live off the prizes he could win in Belgium ...

Famous quotes containing the word rode:

    (The black stream, catching on a sunken rock,
    Flung backward on itself in one white wave,
    And the white water rode the black forever.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    Lord Ronald said nothing; he flung himself from the room, flung himself upon his horse and rode madly off in all directions.
    Stephen Leacock (1869–1944)

    Late in the afternoon, we rode through Brewster, so named after Elder Brewster, for fear he would be forgotten else. Who has not heard of Elder Brewster? Who knows who he was?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)