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"Fenty, though a novice by competitive cycling standards, kept up with the pack, which traveled up to 30 mph." Someone should remind them the speed limit in the District is 25.

Any list of cycling mayors who have done good for their city would be remiss to leave out Columbia, Missouri's Darwin Hindman. It's a small city but Hindman was nationally recognized for being a pro-cycling mayor -- before it was cool.

(Only throwing it out there because it was where I went to school)

I'm really interested in DC's progress the last few years--you think its way behind the other cities you mentioned? Why do you think we are getting SmartBike over these other cities? What would an aggressive pro-bike agenda include? I'd love to learn about this--Jean Stanula [email protected]

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