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Local cyclist on an upward path

Albuquerque’s Jonah Thompson, 15, negotiates the climb during the Newton’s Revenge bike race Saturday. It’s a 7.6-mile climb up the supremely steep Mount Washington Auto Road in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Thompson finished 17th overall in 1 hour, 9 minutes and 52 seconds — more than three minutes faster than his time in this race last year. (Courtesy of  Richard McElvery of Newton's Revenge)
Albuquerque’s Jonah Thompson, 15, negotiates the climb during the Newton’s Revenge bike race Saturday. It’s a 7.6-mile climb up the supremely steep Mount Washington Auto Road in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Thompson finished 17th overall in 1 hour, 9 minutes and 52 seconds — more than three minutes faster than his time in this race last year. (Courtesy of Richard McElvery of Newton's Revenge)
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