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- Hawke, Elen: British Author
- Elen Hawke is an author, artist and British witch from Oxford, England with many years experience both living and teaching the Craft. She is a Craft elder, a Wiccan initiate, and a professional astrologer and tarot reader, as well as being a working...
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- Mangaluru: MAAC Brevet cycling - Ashwin D'Silva emerges winnner
- Mangaluru, Mar 1: On February 28, the coastal city of saw an unprecedented cycling event MACC Karavali 200 km BREVET organized by Mangalore Cycling Club (MACC) under the banner of Audax India Randonneur and Audax Club Parisian (ACP), ...
- Karavali Brevet beckons cycling enthusiasts
- The coastal city is geared up to witness a first of its kind cycling event – Karavali Brevet 200 km – on February 28 organised by Mangalore Cycling Club (MACC).
- 32 cyclists take part in Karavali Brevet
- Mangaluru: A total of 32 cyclists participated in Karavali Brevet 2016, a 200-km cycling event organized by Mangalore Cycling Club (MACC) on Sunday.
- Kapiti rider Bryce Lorcet completes 3000km mountainbike odyssey
- Cycling the length of New Zealand off road by mountainbike may not be the easiest route, but it sure is spectacular, says Kapiti's Bryce Lorcet. He has just completed the Tour Aotearoa, a 3000km off-road odyssey from Cape Reinga to Bluff by mountainbike.
- City gears up to hold first of the Brevets event on Feb 28
- Mangaluru: This coastal city is gearing to witness Brevets - first of its kind cycling event on Sunday that Mangalore Cycling Club (MACC) is organizing.
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