Biking visitors head into hurricane with a Morristown souvenir from the parking authority

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Maj O'Grady lubes his bike chain in Morristown for the second leg of 'Bandcycle' cross-country music videom project. Not the handlebar camera. It's waterproof--which may prove handy as the team cycles south toward Hurricane Earl. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
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The Bandcycle road show got off to a pretty good start yesterday on Day One of its cross-country musical adventure, recording a mini-concert by Morristown singer-songwriter Steevan Mars for a future webisode.

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Maj O'Grady lubes his bike chain in Morristown for the second leg of 'Bandcycle' cross-country music video project. Note the handlebar camera. It's water-resistant--which may prove handy as the team cycles south toward Hurricane Earl. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Today, Dan Elliott and Maj O’Grady are pedaling to Trenton–heading in the general direction of Hurricane Earl.

They said they would welcome some soggy tailwinds after yesterday’s scorching ride from Manhattan.

But their van-mates, Michael Kortlander and Mike Mallette, wish they had departed Morristown sooner today. Like, five minutes sooner.

When they ducked into their hosts’ condo to fetch their gear…they emerged to find a $25 ticket on the van windshield. Their meter on Bank Street had just expired.

Let’s hope they have better luck with Earl.

‘Bandcycle’ starts cross-country music video odyssey in Morristown

Video: Steevan Mars on Bandcycle in Morristown

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