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Forget more freeways: Biking is clean, healthy, fun and faster than cars (access required)

Are we ready to go bicycling? Could these times of climate change, gas price inflation and bulging waistlines be prepping us for new waves of weekend biking adventures? Maybe even to leave cars parked and cycle to work daily? Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson is one of a growing coterie of city leaders who believe the moment ...

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