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While the surge in bicycling in D.C. is apparent from the miles of bike lanes that have appeared and the implementation of Capital Bikeshare, biking as transportation is also growing in the suburbs.
Frederick City is among the spring 2011 bicycle-friendly community winners with an honorable mention designation.
Wounded warriors from all over the country will be cycling from D.C., all the way to Gettysburg in the 6th annual Face of America Bike Ride. That's 110 miles over two days.
Did you see something? Then a bicyclist who got hit by a car hopes you'll say something.
George Ruszat hopes to see Frederick full of bicycle paths and roads that let pedalers at all levels enjoy themselves safely as much as he does.
Rules of the road are changing in Maryland, and it's not just a texting ban or the fact that drivers have to go hands-free on cell phones. There are some other new rules of the road that will affect drivers and bicyclists.