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Former Marine, double amputee cyclist helps others

Cyclist Rob Jones rode 35 miles across Pawnee County on Friday. His mission is to raise $1 million to help other military service members in need.

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A southwesterly wind was whistling and the wind chill dipped below zero.
Rob Jones wore headgear and was wrapped tightly in protective clothing against the weather riding his specially-designed bicycle.
And he pedaled on.
His mission of helping others was way too important to allow some discomfort to keep him from his goal for the day. He’s encountered stiff wind; snow in Missouri and icy road conditions.
Thirty-five miles and 61/2 hours later, it was Mission Accomplished in Pawnee County. Jones is traveling 5,400 miles across the country to raise awareness and $1 million to help others ...

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