Poll Watch: “The More Bikes the Better”

people_love_cycling.jpgImage: Daily News.

Here are the results of a wholly un-scientific web poll conducted by the Daily News as part of their recent "special investigation" into the state of cycling in New York City. I don’t have much to add, except that the top bar would look even better if it were a little longer, and I believe the poll is still open. 

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