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Open Thread: Share Your Bike-to-Work Stories

9:57 AM EDT on May 16, 2008

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City Council Members John Liu and David Yassky bike to City Hall at a press event yesterday (the other 49 took a pass), as Paul Steely White brings up the rear in style.

The weather may not be fully cooperating, but we know Streetsbloggers won't be deterred on National Bike to Work Day. We want to hear those morning bike commute stories. Impromptu bike posses? Helpful TA volunteers? Fresh paint on the bike lane? Something more sinister? Tell us all about it in the comments.

Photo: David Freedlander / AM New York

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