Surprise: The Wall Street Journal doesn't understand that bikes are transportation

Surprise: The Wall Street Journal doesn't understand that bikes are transportation
This spring, Giant Bicycles launched a separate brand for casual bikes called Momentum. Its Street model, as seen on Momentum's stand-alone website, retails for $ 425 and comes with a cupholder, U-lock carrier and light-load rack over the rear wheel.
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Day after day I am insulted as a human being by other people behind the wheel of cars that don't yield to me while crossing the street, honk at me and pass closely at speed to intimidate me while I'm riding my bicycle, and nothing ever gets done to …
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Easy Bikes, No Spandex Required
This spring, Giant Bicycles launched a separate brand for casual bikes called Momentum. Its Street model, as seen on Momentum's stand-alone website, retails for $ 425 and comes with a cupholder, U-lock carrier and light-load rack over the rear wheel.
Read more on Wall Street Journal

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