Twenty-seven riders from Bluegrass Cycling Club took part in a funeral procession Wednesday for friend and fellow rider Masaki "Toshie" Tashima, 64, who died last week and was being interred at Camp Nelson National  Cemetery near Nicholasville. Tashima was an avid cyclist; last year he was the club's mileage award winner,  logging more than 4,400 miles. "He could ride 100 miles in a day and not think much about it," club member Bill Sturm said.
Twenty-seven riders from Bluegrass Cycling Club took part in a funeral procession Wednesday for friend and fellow rider Masaki "Toshie" Tashima, 64, who died last week and was being interred at Camp Nelson National Cemetery near Nicholasville. Tashima was an avid cyclist; last year he was the club's mileage award winner, logging more than 4,400 miles. "He could ride 100 miles in a day and not think much about it," club member Bill Sturm said. Herald-Leader
Twenty-seven riders from Bluegrass Cycling Club took part in a funeral procession Wednesday for friend and fellow rider Masaki "Toshie" Tashima, 64, who died last week and was being interred at Camp Nelson National Cemetery near Nicholasville. Tashima was an avid cyclist; last year he was the club's mileage award winner, logging more than 4,400 miles. "He could ride 100 miles in a day and not think much about it," club member Bill Sturm said. Herald-Leader

'Family' of Central Kentucky cyclists says goodbye to one of its own

June 20, 2012 04:13 PM

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