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More than 350 cyclists of all levels and ages “Conquered the Hills” on Saturday, in an endurance ride of the same name. Cyclists could choose from 25-, 50-, 85- or 100-mile routes and were invited to celebrate after the ride at BBC Tavern and Grill. The annual event honors Ironman and Delaware Sports Hall of Famer Mike Clark, whose commitment to kids and health and wellness inspired his friends to start the Mike Clark Legacy Foundation after his passing in 2008. This year’s ride has raised $25,000 to date to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware.


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