SUN-STAR PHOTO BY LISA JAMES
While they are a pervasive threat to cyclists, puncture vines or goathead thorns, bear small yellow flowers making them deceptively pleasent in appearance. Members of the Bike Coalition have been working together recently to combat the menacing weed that grows in abundance throughout Merced County warning that contact with the vines will puncture your tire immedeately. For this reason they advise cyclists should never ride along the gravel edges of a paved path as this is where typically grow. 
June 21st, 2009
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY LISA JAMES While they are a pervasive threat to cyclists, puncture vines or goathead thorns, bear small yellow flowers making them deceptively pleasent in appearance. Members of the Bike Coalition have been working together recently to combat the menacing weed that grows in abundance throughout Merced County warning that contact with the vines will puncture your tire immedeately. For this reason they advise cyclists should never ride along the gravel edges of a paved path as this is where typically grow. June 21st, 2009 Merced Sun-Star
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY LISA JAMES While they are a pervasive threat to cyclists, puncture vines or goathead thorns, bear small yellow flowers making them deceptively pleasent in appearance. Members of the Bike Coalition have been working together recently to combat the menacing weed that grows in abundance throughout Merced County warning that contact with the vines will puncture your tire immedeately. For this reason they advise cyclists should never ride along the gravel edges of a paved path as this is where typically grow. June 21st, 2009 Merced Sun-Star

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