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Urban diary

Pedaling through winter on a bicycle built for one

By Ethan Gilsdorf
Globe Correspondent / January 13, 2008

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In summertime, biking makes sense - sunshine, warmth, the body's direct contact with the elements. I love the feel of wind on my face and arms, sweat cooling my brow, and sensing the thinness of me and my vehicle compared with the hulks of cars closing in around me. I love the rapidly changing sensory amalgamation of city sights, sounds, ... (Full article: 778 words)

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