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UPDATE: 6 riders complete Colossus marathon

Posted: August 6, 2014 2:00 a.m.
Updated: August 6, 2014 2:00 a.m.
Bryan Ruef, center, and his father Ron, right, cheer as they finish the last of 328 cycles on Colossus in a 36-hour marathon at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Tuesday night.  Family and friends joined the last six of the original 24 riders in the car as they completed their final lap. Signal photo by Dan Watson. Bryan Ruef, center, and his father Ron, right, cheer as they finish the last of 328 cycles on Colossus in a 36-hour marathon at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Tuesday night.  Family and friends joined the last six of the original 24 riders in the car as they completed their final lap. Signal photo by Dan Watson.
Bryan Ruef, center, and his father Ron, right, cheer as they finish the last of 328 cycles on Colossus in a 36-hour marathon at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Tuesday night.  Family and friends joined the last six of the original 24 riders in the car as they completed their final lap. Signal photo by Dan Watson.
Bryan Ruef, 17, center, hugs his father Ron as the last trip in the 36-hour Colossus marathon comes to a close. Reuf was one of six riders out of the original 24 to complete 328 cycles on the soon-to-close coaster. Family and friends joined them for the final lap. Signal photo by Dan Watson. Bryan Ruef, 17, center, hugs his father Ron as the last trip in the 36-hour Colossus marathon comes to a close. Reuf was one of six riders out of the original 24 to complete 328 cycles on the soon-to-close coaster. Family and friends joined them for the final lap. Signal photo by Dan Watson.
Bryan Ruef, 17, center, hugs his father Ron as the last trip in the 36-hour Colossus marathon comes to a close. Reuf was one of six riders out of the original 24 to complete 328 cycles on the soon-to-close coaster. Family and friends joined them for the final lap. Signal photo by Dan Watson.
Nick Inglis examines a piece of wood cut from the structure of Colossus and presented to him after he completed 328  cycles on Colossus in a 36-hour marathon at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Tuesday night. Inglis was one of six of the original 24 riders to complete the marathon. Signal photo by Dan Watson. Nick Inglis examines a piece of wood cut from the structure of Colossus and presented to him after he completed 328  cycles on Colossus in a 36-hour marathon at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Tuesday night. Inglis was one of six of the original 24 riders to complete the marathon. Signal photo by Dan Watson.
Nick Inglis examines a piece of wood cut from the structure of Colossus and presented to him after he completed 328  cycles on Colossus in a 36-hour marathon at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Tuesday night. Inglis was one of six of the original 24 riders to complete the marathon. Signal photo by Dan Watson.
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