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Tougher in Alaska: Winter Biking (3:58)

In this Tougher in Alaska video clip, we get to meet a couple of people who live in Anchorage, Alaska. What they do daily may seem strange to a lot of people, because no one rides their bike in the middle of the winter. See it here.

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