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March 01, 2010

About Bicycling Readers Share How Cycling Changed Their Lives

David Fiedler writes a popular column that is quite informative.

Recently he reached out to readers:

A bike is a simple machine, but it almost seems to have magical powers . . . an amazing ability to literally change people's lives. It's a device that's good for getting to school or buzzing around town, sure. But a bike is also something that can restore health, restore sanity, reduce traffic and help the planet in the process.

If you have a powerful story to share about how bicycling changed your life, we'd love to hear it.

Readers have begun to respond.

March 1, 2010 in Blogosphere covers Bicycling | Permalink

Comments

I got real sick last april, but thanks to Dr Corbett, and a bike, I am now in perfect health, and look forward to my weekend rides.

I just wish we had a bike club in crystal river, Fl.!

Posted by: louis brown | Mar 2, 2010 4:34:52 PM

"We're All Heroes on This Bus: How Clark Sleeth and Ma Earth Inspired My Return to Cycling" at http://www.BicyclingMonterey.com tells a snippet of my own love of bicycling.

What's so special about biking?

Dunno, but time and again, the best songwriting I've done started on a bike. Some magical alchemy, something about powering those pedals...

Posted by: Mari Lynch | Mar 12, 2010 12:56:50 AM

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