Bike to Work Day draws seasoned and new commuters
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Bike to Work Day draws seasoned and new commuters

Bike to Work Day draws seasoned and new commuters from all over the Washington metropolitan area. The Washington Post follows route #7 - Mt. Pleasant to Freedom Plaza along with veteran bicyclist and retired message courier, Shawn Bega. (Mark Abramson/The Washington Post)

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