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  • Video: Seana Hogan prepares for her ninth Race Across America - RAAM

    Seana Hogan starts Race Across America 2015 from Oceanside on June 16 and rides to the East Coast. She wants to break the women's 50-and-over transcontinental record and win the race a seventh time in the 3,000-mile, coast-to-coast race across the US. RAAM is recognized as the world’s toughest endurance bicycle race. Video by Sue Morrow, The Sacramento Bee.

Video: Seana Hogan prepares for her ninth Race Across America - RAAM

Seana Hogan starts Race Across America 2015 from Oceanside on June 16 and rides to the East Coast. She wants to break the women's 50-and-over transcontinental record and win the race a seventh time in the 3,000-mile, coast-to-coast race across the US. RAAM is recognized as the world’s toughest endurance bicycle race. Video by Sue Morrow, The Sacramento Bee.