Cyclists bike down Dexter Avenue in Seattle in 2009. A British Medical Journal study published Wednesday suggests that cyclists have a lower risk of heart problems or cancer than those who commute using a different method.
Cyclists bike down Dexter Avenue in Seattle in 2009. A British Medical Journal study published Wednesday suggests that cyclists have a lower risk of heart problems or cancer than those who commute using a different method. Oran Viriyincy Flickr
Cyclists bike down Dexter Avenue in Seattle in 2009. A British Medical Journal study published Wednesday suggests that cyclists have a lower risk of heart problems or cancer than those who commute using a different method. Oran Viriyincy Flickr

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