Amputee to cycle 150 miles

Norm Coone, a double amputee and four-time cancer survivor, is planning a trek this weekend from Duluth to the Twin Cities on a cycle he pedals with his hands. The MS 150 ride is a fundraiser for multiple sclerosis. His brother is fighting the disease.
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Norm Coone, a double amputee and four-time cancer survivor, is planning a trek this weekend from Duluth to the Twin Cities on a cycle he pedals with his hands. The MS 150 ride is a fundraiser for multiple sclerosis. His brother is fighting the disease.

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