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Local cyclists 'look for fun' at Pan-Mass Challenge

July 9, 2013

CUMBERLAND — At 56 years of age, Scott Miller, a small business owner, doesn’t have to take part in the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge – a grueling, two-day, 192-mile trek from Sturbridge to the tip of Cape Cod in Provincetown.
The Cumberland resident just chooses to, and he has dozens of explanations as to why he participates in the longest, most difficult version of the PMC.

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