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ABC News Cycle: Mike on a Bike

"World News" producer Michael Koenigs delivers headlines the old fashioned way: from a bicycle.
3:00 | 03/26/14

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Transcript for ABC News Cycle: Mike on a Bike
Wednesday march 26 and this is the -- site. March Madness dominated headlines as we know I was happy. One year old Wesley watching his first NCAA tournament at Stanford upset Kansas through the sweet sixteen -- That law patent law. The we picked back when I was sweet sixteen. I was Boller long before -- was a biker but never had the opportunity to play in the NCAA days. We're sit down like -- can't jump around about -- treatment. -- on -- the base jumping up from one World Trade Center. They deployed their chutes to cushion the -- 104 story fall. And then landed on the west side highway -- where -- like to -- Now he -- some important international news so. Adam has the very institute. Service. We're not. As you can see -- eight year old from Dublin has a very mysterious and instead -- and the old fashioned way to a horse his father attaches it. -- -- -- -- Come -- and. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- A can't -- individual could cook. And that the weather's going to increase your new York and very windy. But if you're kayak fishing in Boynton beach Florida -- -- enjoying 63 degree weather. Adam -- cared didn't even need to -- after you -- a shark and pulled him for two hours along the coastline. Fortunately the shark got away. Thanks for -- -- show watch world news tonight for the pardons. -- -- --

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