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Ski to Sea car-free pushes mental, physical limits

What’s involved, and why I wouldn’t do it any other way

Casey Griesemer bikes down Noon Road on Saturday, May 25 with his car-free team's canoe in tow. Car-free teams often take advantage of Saturday’s boat inspection at Riverside Park in Everson the day before Ski to Sea. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Casey Griesemer CDN Contributor
Completing an individual leg or finishing Ski to Sea as a team is often touted as an accomplishment,
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