Long Beach Unveils Plan to Make “Most Bike Friendly City” the Safest Too
Check out the programs Long Beach is launching to improve bike safety in the city.
I remember getting my first bike -- a blue one -- at age 6. Then I got a red one at age 9. I lived on my bike. Rode it everywhere -- as long as I was back home by the time the street lights came on.
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Friday, December 21, 2012
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