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Photo of the Day: I’m Lovin’ It


A cyclist disguised as French fries rides his bike on a ski slope in the alpine resort of Villars, Switzerland, during the GP St-Sylvestre, a mountain bike snow race. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone) Click image to zoom.

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