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Follow Up: Cris Simmons' Inspired Motorcycle Cannonball Performance

Several weeks ago I wrote in this column about Cris and Pat Simmons. They were about to take part once again in the Motorcycle Cannonball, a wildly ambitious coast to coast rally that this year featured bikes which all had to be at least 100 years old. Along with about 100 other riders, Cris (an accomplished motorcycle rider, writer and historian) and her husband Pat (also a cycle enthusiast as well as a founding member of the Doobie Brothers), were to leave from New Jersey and arrive in Southern California about three weeks later.
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