A Cyclopath's bucket list

Tacoma News TribuneMay 19, 2014 

Leon Matz is 63 and climbing. The Puyallup resident bikes more than 12,000 miles each year and helped found a club for people who like pedaling uphill, the Puyallup Cyclopaths. He set a goal of bagging the 100 toughest climbs in the U.S. and after a recent trip to Hawaii, he's down to his final 15. He plans to finish sometime next year.

CRAIG HILL — The News Tribune

Leon Matz is 63 and climbing. The Puyallup resident bikes more than 12,000 miles each year and helped found a club for people who like pedaling uphill, the Puyallup Cyclopaths. He set a goal of bagging the 100 toughest climbs in the U.S. and after a recent trip to Hawaii, he's down to his final 15. He plans to finish sometime next year.

Read more about Matz in the May 25 issues of The News Tribune and The Olympian.

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