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Cycling to work means better health and a longer life

A British medical journal published a study this spring that seemed to confirm what dedicated bicyclists had long suspected: Commuting on two wheels is really, really good for your health. Compared with driving or taking public transit, bicycling to work is associated with a substantially lower...
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Cycling to Work Means Better Health and a Longer Life

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A British medical journal published a study this spring that seemed to confirm what dedicated bicyclists had long suspected: Commuting on two wheels is really, really good for your health.

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