Giro de San Diego Bike and Fitness Expo/Taste of Solana Beach

Margie Breneman, Lynda Hague

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Giro de San Diego Bike and Fitness Expo took over Solana Beach the weekend of Sept. 15-16, with events ranging from a long distance bike ride to a tasting tour of Solana Beach’s finest restaurants.

Solana Beach Mayor Joe Kellejian, Deputy Mayor Dave Roberts, and Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce community events chairman Daniel Powell led the ride together on a bicycle built for three. Roberts was the Grand Marshall of the event. For more information, visit www.girodisandiego.com or www.tasteofsolanabeach.com.  Photos/Jon Clark

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