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Pedal power

Published December 10. 2012 4:00AM
Rob O'Neal, Florida Keys News Bureau/AP Photo
Robert Hickman, right, gives a thumbs up Sunday as he and Keith Nelson, left, pass the southernmost point in the continental U.S. marker to complete a 106-mile ride down the Florida Keys Overseas Highway to Key West, Fla. Beginning in Key Largo Tuesday, the Brooklyn, N.Y., duo pedaled the route as part of a performance art project in conjunction with Sculpture Key West. Keys officials said they believe it was the first time anyone has ever traversed the Overseas Highway on a unicycle.

Robert Hickman, right, gives a thumbs up Sunday as he and Keith Nelson, left, pass the southernmost point in the continental U.S. marker to complete a 106-mile ride down the Florida Keys Overseas Highway to Key West, Fla. Beginning in Key Largo Tuesday, the  Brooklyn, N.Y., duo pedaled the route as part of a performance art project in conjunction with Sculpture Key West. Keys officials said they believe it was the first time anyone has ever traversed the Overseas Highway on a unicycle.

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