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February 4, 2002
The freedom experienced riding a bicycle is a freedom matched in both timing and sharing the moment of youth with the travel. One gets their first car and then the bicycle's removed from the tools of necessity, except in the off occasion the car breaks down. In other times, the bicycle merely gathers dust in the garage or is given to the younger generation. We can still see adults on bicycles, despite their ownership of a car. Since the bicycle provides both cardiovascular exercise as well as a more advanced speed than walking, it regains rank in tools of necessity.