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Signs Of Life, Signs Of A Revolution

Written by Boston Biker on Jan 14

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I took this a couple days ago when it was really cold. It’s often hard to tell how many cyclists are out on the streets. They leave traces though.

With the recent warmth I have noticed a storm of new riders in the morning, and I am sure for every four or five I see there are 10-20 that are riding at slightly different speed/times than me.

There is a revolution out there, all year, all weather, lots and lots of people on bikes!


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