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Learn The Dutch Reach And You May Save A Bicyclist's Life

A bicycle has been my primary mode of transportation for the last six years, ever since my car was scrapped after the engine blew up at 3 a.m. near the conclusion of a 2,000 mile road trip, but not before the world’s least discerning car thieves stole it from the parking lot of the auto repair shop that had determined it wasn’t worth repairing, and then abandoned it blocks away.
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