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Bush cycles with wounded veterans

Presidential greeting: Former President George W. Bush shakes hands with Mark McKinni on Wednesday in Terlingua, Texas, following the Warrior 100 mountain bike ride. Bush joined 15 U.S. servicemen and women who were seriously wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan on the three-day, 100-kilometer mountain bike ride through Big Bend Ranch State Park. The group was joined Wednesday by seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong. (Associated Press)
Presidential greeting: Former President George W. Bush shakes hands with Mark McKinni on Wednesday in Terlingua, Texas, following the Warrior 100 mountain bike ride. Bush joined 15 U.S. servicemen and women who were seriously wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan on the three-day, 100-kilometer mountain bike ride through Big Bend Ranch State Park. The group was joined Wednesday by seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong. (Associated Press)

 

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