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March 17, 1989 | JOHN GEIS
James Kleba said his luck changed when he moved here from Milwaukee some three years ago. For one thing, the 25-year old cycler says, he stopped "crashing in about every other race." Now, Kleba is not only finishing races, he's often among the leaders. Just two weeks ago, Kleba placed third in the San Diego-to-Yuma road race behind nationally ranked pros Robby Templin and Ken Sousa.
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March 17, 1989 | JOHN GEIS
James Kleba said his luck changed when he moved here from Milwaukee some three years ago. For one thing, the 25-year old cycler says, he stopped "crashing in about every other race." Now, Kleba is not only finishing races, he's often among the leaders. Just two weeks ago, Kleba placed third in the San Diego-to-Yuma road race behind nationally ranked pros Robby Templin and Ken Sousa.
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March 17, 1989 | JOHN GEIS
James Kleba said his luck changed when he moved here from Milwaukee some three years ago. For one thing, the 25-year old cycler says, he stopped "crashing in about every other race." Now, Kleba is not only finishing races, he's often among the leaders. Just two weeks ago, Kleba placed third in the San Diego-to-Yuma road race behind nationally ranked pros Robby Templin and Ken Sousa.
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March 17, 1989 | JOHN GEIS
James Kleba said his luck changed when he moved here from Milwaukee some three years ago. For one thing, the 25-year old cycler says, he stopped "crashing in about every other race." Now, Kleba is not only finishing races, he's often among the leaders. Just two weeks ago, Kleba placed third in the San Diego-to-Yuma road race behind nationally ranked pros Robby Templin and Ken Sousa.
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