Michael Bruce Slusser, again

It seems that Michael Bruce Slusser is back in the news again.
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Victor Valley composite mountain bike team motivated to ride

The tires sloshed through the wet sandy soil as a series of lycra-clad teens climbed their way up a steep trail between the Joshua trees and juniper bushes. At the top they were greeted with a view spanning the entire Summit Valley and San Bernardino National Forest. The way down was faster with a couple yells of joy. This ride, south of Hesperia, is a typical practice for the Victor Valley composite mountain biking team.
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Bicycling’s 2014 Win-A-Bike contest

Bicycling magazine has a win-a-bike competition going. To enter, you have to parody the writing of Bill Strickland, one of its regular writers.
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VV bike shop rolls into its 40th year

VICTORVILLE • After four decades of economic highs and lows, one High Desert business is not only standing, but thriving.
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Victorville Cycles has moved

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Apple Valley to break ground for Yucca Loma Bridge

January 10th, 2014, will see the start of the much-anticipated Yucca Loma Bridge, a project more than 40 years in the making. In December, the Town Council awarded a $37.3 million contract to Security Paving, Inc. for the construction of the Yucca Loma Bridge over the Mojave River and Yates Road improvements project. A ground-breaking ceremony is scheduled for Friday, January 10.
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Marathoner gets fiancée’s stolen bike back

HESPERIA • With the attitude of an angry mama bear, Vanessa Kline was determined to get her bicycle back after it was stolen.
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Roady rules to protect cyclists, teens

As the new year approaches, several new traffic safety laws — including two aimed at bicyclists and teenage drivers — could help make High Desert roadways safer for residents as they take effect in 2014, California Highway Patrol spokesman Matt Hunt said.
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My Turn: Light is right

[…] Any time you ride in the dark, always remember that “light makes right.”
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Improved bike lanes coming to Apple Valley

Keeping a focus on improving its roadways, the Town of Apple Valley has carved out a plan to upgrade and lengthen 34.45 miles of bicycle lanes that would include uniformed signage and clear markings for the Town’s system of Class 2 bicycle lanes.
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