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Bicyclists: scourge of the roads

August 26, 2006

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MARIKA PLATER must have a death wish (`` Bicyclists belong on the roads, too ," letter, Aug. 17). No one in their right mind would ride a bicycle on Memorial Drive. Hundreds of bicyclists use the sidewalk along the Charles River daily. Is Plater so obtuse that she would risk her life because there is no road sign prohibiting bicycles? (Full article: 196 words)

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