"...commuter cycling rose a remarkable 35 percent between 2007 and 2008."


“This growth is real,” said Wiley Norvell, a [lycra-clad?] spokesman for Transportation Alternatives, the leading advocacy group for cyclists and pedestrians in New York City. “It’s born out by what I see on the streets every day, and we’re reaping the rewards from the city’s investment in bicycling over the last several years. More and better-designed bike lanes are producing more cyclists and more first-time cyclists.”
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