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Nice Ride

Putting a bike built just for Boston to the ultimate road test.

By Scott Sutherland
May 11, 2008

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Of Boston's many tribes, one of the most visible is the one built around the fellowship of the single-speed bicycle. Students, bike messengers, Boston-bike-culture lifers, wannabes like me - we are the helmetless legions out pedaling daily, our bikes an affirmation of low-tech simplicity. To us, gears and shifters are grease-caked symbols of modern life gone wrong, of humanity's weakness ... (Full article: 1206 words)

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