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Riders can bring whatever bike they ride, but are encouraged to dress warmly with a high of minus 14 and a cold wind chill of minus 27 and a risk of frostbite predicted for Wednesday. 

This year, the ride will start at Kal Tire, and run up to the Mile 54 gas station, and down to a home past Lakepoint Golf Course.

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