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As bike-share becomes the norm in more US cities than ever, getting around on two wheels has never been easier. Here's what you need to know before you get rolling.
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Since 2000, record numbers of Americans have parked their cars and ridden their bikes. Here’s a look at who’s riding where. Research by Daniel Fineman
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Help your child (and friends) pedal to school safely
Fast and fun bikes for cruising around town, or speeding to work
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Try riding in Mumbai, where the roads are gridlocked with rickshaws, buses, and four-ton elephants
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Carry larger loads, find a safe route, and arrive looking (and feeling) fresh
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Why the return trip is the best part of every commute
Expert advice to keep you rolling, no matter what nature throws your way
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Steer clear of—and, if necessary, survive—conflicts with angry motorists
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We celebrate the two-wheeled revolution and offer advice on how to join in
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The most common commuting excuses and issues, solved
Make riding to work a snap with these tips and tricks
A bike commuter on impatience, stoplights, and the beauty of the Capitol at night.
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A bike commuter on close calls
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A bicyclist and pedestrian on bicyclists’ peeves about pedestrians
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April showers bring May flowers—and bike-to-work day
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Keith Gates says if he can ride to work, you can, too.

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