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Bike commuter (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff) In March, Sarah Wendorf started cycling to her job at architecture firm Goody Clancy in Boston. The last time she rode a bike, she was 12.

Re-cycling effort

Interest in commuting by bike on the increase

By Elizabeth Campbell
Globe Correspondent / July 24, 2008

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Getting on a bike for the first time since she was 16 years old, 42-year-old Priscilla Power rode 5 miles to her Wakefield office as part of her company's "Bike to Work Day" last month. Though she remembered how to pedal, the inexperienced biker detoured through a Dunkin' Donuts' parking lot to avoid a busy intersection. (Full article: 842 words)

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