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Riding for a father and a community

Dan Brown was a revered father and counselor in Lodi. He passed away on a charity bike ride in 2007, but his family and friends are preparing to honor him with an annual 360-mile ride that raises money for a community in Africa.

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Posted: Friday, June 15, 2012 8:18 am

He was excited. His orange Trek road bike, greased and pristine, was waiting to spin its pedals. His calves were ready for the push, his mind anxious for the challenge. With him were not only his friends and teammates, but his son and daughter, who adopted their father’s love for cycling as children.

Five years ago, marriage and family counselor Dan Brown left on 360-mile bicycle ride from Watsonville to Malibu, a six-day journey to raise money for people in Lesotho, Africa — a country that had become close to his heart since Horizon Community Church in Galt started working there. He had done the ride the previous year, as well.

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