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24 Hours MTB Liberec 2013 - Bloody Crescent
Czech Republic

Panorama taken by the Bloody Crescent - a forest trail downhill part of the Těžká Pohoda 24 hour MTB race course.

The race is held annually at the RASAV sports areal in Vesec, Liberec. This shot is a part of "Virtual 24hrs MTB" project.

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Copyright: Tomas kysela
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Subida: 12/06/2013
Actualizado: 07/04/2014
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Tags: race; mtb; bike; mountain bike; 24 hours; racing; racer; biker; 24h; downhill; wood; forest; spruce; descent; ride; trail
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