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Pedal pushers

Cycling diversity in New England has flourished since the turn of the last century. People have been riding home-made pedal-powered contraptions for over a hundred years. With national bike to work week (May 13 - 17) upon us, we take a look back at some of the eccentric means of transport, from unique to antique, that have carried us to work and play. - Lane Turner and Lisa Tuite.

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