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Kärntner Radmarathon 2010
Austria

Start of the 2010 Kärntner Radmarathon (Carinthian Bike Marathon), a 106 km long race across the National Park "Nockberge"

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Uploaded: 31/05/2010
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Tags: cycling; race; bicycle; sport; event; bad kleinkirchheim; nockberge; alpine; alps; mountain; nature; tourist
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