Sbeity and her friends cycling on Tripoli’s corniche.
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Samia Sbeity paid attention to even the smallest details before she started her bicycle ride along the Mina Corniche in north Lebanon's Tripoli with a group of friends."I worked in different professions ... but since I stayed true to my hobby it was the main constituent for the uniqueness of my personality that made me famous around Tripoli".Her love for cycling prompted Sbeity and her friends to create a riding group to tour different areas, visiting restaurants and guesthouses. Like Sbeity, her friends share the same enjoyment for riding bicycles. The Youssef Felful garage, which specializes in selling and maintaining bicycles, is filled with bikes and parts.
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