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PHOTO GALLERY: Cycling connection on Central Avenue

Cyclists gather on Day Street in Fredonia before the start of the Central Connection Bike Ride Saturday.
Cyclists gather on Day Street in Fredonia before the start of the Central Connection Bike Ride Saturday.
Cyclists gather on Day Street in Fredonia before the start of the Central Connection Bike Ride Saturday.
A man adjusts the American flag on his bike before the start of the Central Connection Bike Ride Saturday.
Cyclists gather on Day Street in Fredonia before the start of the Central Connection Bike Ride Saturday.
Cyclists gather on Day Street in Fredonia Saturday before the start of the Central Connection Bike Ride.
The ribbon is cut to open the inaugural Central Connection Bike Ride Saturday. From left to right are SUNY Fredonia President Stephen Kolison, Fredonia Mayor Doug Essek, Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas and Fredonia Cycling owner Lucas Natali, all of whom helped organize the event.
Cyclists in the Central Connection Bike Ride go down Cottage Street in Fredonia Saturday after a short rest stop at the Lambert Avenue Playground.
The Central Connection Bike Ride makes its way down Central Avenue in Dunkirk Saturday.
OBSERVER Photos by M.J. Stafford The inaugural Central Connection Bike Ride begins to break up after reaching its destination, the Dunkirk Pier, Saturday.

Here are some photos from Saturday’s Central Connection Bicycle Ride on Central Avenue from Day Street in Fredonia to the Dunkirk Pier.

The cyclists left Day Street after a ribbon cutting ceremony by Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas, SUNY Fredonia President Stephen Kolison and Fredonia Mayor Doug Essek, who helped organize the ride.

All OBSERVER photos are by MJ Stafford.

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