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Training Wheels
Comments () | Published May 28, 2010
“The biking community is quirky. To be able to walk around town in Spandex, you’ve got to be a pretty comfortable cat,” said Rapp, who strives to bike about 25 miles a day and is a cofounder of the nonprofit Bike to the Beach, which is organizing a charity 100-mile ride from Washington to Delaware this year.

The Wigglesworth family got a lot of oohs and aahs with their spectacular quad tandem. “The secret to happiness is to take turns at the front,” said Laura Wigglesworth, a nonprofit recruiter, while her husband escorted their two daughters to grab a bite. Especially “when cars here don’t take to us very well on the road and bikers don’t even say ‘on your left’ when passing.”


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