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Suir Valley 3 Day Stage Race
Ireland

The Suir Valley 3Day is a bike race for Racing Cyclists by Racing Cyclists. Our goal is to run the best, safest and most professional amateur Race in Ireland and this being our 5th Year we believe that we are achieving this

http://www.suirvalley3day.com

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Uploaded: 30/03/2012
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