Frank Evans pauses in the street, adjusts his pants and begins to move to the music pumping from a nearby vendor booth during an Atlantic Beach Bikefest rally in this file photo.
Frank Evans pauses in the street, adjusts his pants and begins to move to the music pumping from a nearby vendor booth during an Atlantic Beach Bikefest rally in this file photo. JANET BLACKMON MORGAN jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Frank Evans pauses in the street, adjusts his pants and begins to move to the music pumping from a nearby vendor booth during an Atlantic Beach Bikefest rally in this file photo. JANET BLACKMON MORGAN jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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