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Hundreds Of Cyclists Roll Into Kimball

Tour de Nebraska Impacts Local Business

 

Daria Anderson-Faden/The Observer

Participants of the TDN enter Kimball from the east. One method of transportation for the TDN was the tandem bike. See more photos, Page B8.

In less than 24 hours the 467 Tour de Nebraska riders, friends, family, and support staff were in and out of Kimball but their impact will last a bit longer for Kimball and the riders will have seen the beauty of western Nebraska.

Motels were full of riders and family members not up for the camping experience. First Interstate, Days Inn and Motel Kimball were full and Super 8 was near capacity. A few individuals hit the Four Winds Golf Course after their ride into town from Sidney, while other headed west to Oliver Lake or the Wyoming state line.

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