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averaged 6,000 miles a year for 40 years.  Tragically, he died in August, 2008, in

Greece, the victim of a hit and run driver.

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For her first long, independent bicycle journey, Selby chose to ride through Pakistan, India and Nepal, spending five months traveling four thousand miles by bicycle through the Himalayas.


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Following graduation from college, Duncan, his brother and a friend bicycled around the world to raise funds for Project Hope.

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in Denver, Colorado.  When posted to England he bought a bicycle and took it to France

where he used it to escape, leading his unit to safety, during the Battle of the Bulge.  

Upon return to the United States he was active in the AYH, founding the San Diego

chapter, and founded the International Bicycle Touring Society.  The book includes descriptions of some of Graves’ favorite rides

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