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Sustainability Advocate Creates “Recycle-a-Bicycle”

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When former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg oversaw the creation of thousands of dedicated bicycle lanes on traffic-clogged streets, many locals were astonished (and angry). But many of those nay-sayers have surprised themselves by discovering how easy–and healthy, and better for the environment—it is to ride a bike to work or to meet with friends.

But what do you do with your bike when you’re done with it?

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love what she's doing. Reminds me of my favorite place to go for bike parts- Bike Kitchen. I've donated my old bike there- and I've been able to build an entire bike there with the parts that people donate!