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2 Osseo high school pals pedal from California for 50-year class reunion

Chuck Dorn and Larry Hoff, were football co-captains at Osseo High School in 1962. So for the past few weeks, they have been headed to Minnesota from California – on their bikes – for their 50th high school reunion. Maybe they'll get some kind of special recognition, Dorn mused. "We'll probably get the furthest – coming from the furthest distance, in particular, on non-motorized vehicle.'"
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Two high school buddies from Osseo have riden their bikes from California for their 50th high school reunion, KARE 11 reports:

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