Crossing The Country On Tandem Bikes When Dan and Alison Calzaretta proposed riding across the country on tandem bikes, their two kids thought they were crazy. But along the way, the summer pedal from Oregon to Maine turned into an unforgettable journey.
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Crossing The Country On Tandem Bikes

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Crossing The Country On Tandem Bikes

Crossing The Country On Tandem Bikes

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When Dan and Alison Calzaretta proposed riding across the country on tandem bikes, their two kids thought they were crazy. But along the way, the summer pedal from Oregon to Maine turned into an unforgettable journey.

Anna King reports for the Northwest News Network.

The Calzaretta family started their nearly 4,000-mile journey at the Pacific Ocean on the Oregon coast. hide caption

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The Calzaretta family faced inclement weather along the road on their coast to coast bike journey. Courtesy Calzaretta family. hide caption

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Courtesy Calzaretta family.

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