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NYTimes.com: On Your Bike, Watch Out for the Air
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Thanks Tim,
What an interesting study.  Read the whole article! I don't like riding between the curb and a row of parked cars, but maybe I'll rethink that kind of protected lane.

"Early results indicate that bicyclists in lanes that are separated from active traffic by a row of parked cars breathe in a lot less pollution than those who use bike lanes adjacent to the traffic."

Earl


"Good is something you do, not something you talk about." 
Gino Bartali, Italian hero and winner of the Tour de France in 1938

Two good organizations:  Coaches Across Continents    One World Futbol 


On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 8:39 AM, Timothy L Schoolmaster (tschoolmaster@gmail.com) <mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com> wrote:
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From The New York Times:

On Your Bike, Watch Out for the Air

A five-year study aims to find out at what point the harm done by pollution to cyclists might outweigh the health benefits accrued from the exercise.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/06/well/move/on-your-bike-watch-out-for-the-air.html?mwrsm=Email


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FYI----

From The New York Times:

On Your Bike, Watch Out for the Air

A five-year study aims to find out at what point the harm done by pollution to cyclists might outweigh the health benefits accrued from the exercise.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/06/well/move/on-your-bike-watch-out-for-the-air.html?mwrsm=Email


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