This screengrab from the Toronto Star’s website shows Warren Huska’s pool noodle setup on his bicycle.
This screengrab from the Toronto Star’s website shows Warren Huska’s pool noodle setup on his bicycle. The Toronto Star
This screengrab from the Toronto Star’s website shows Warren Huska’s pool noodle setup on his bicycle. The Toronto Star

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