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PD User at 2009-06-21 08:45:32   [Reply] IP:74.105.122.★
But in China and elsewhere, like the U.S., bicycle-friendly paths have been disappearing. Unfortunately Bicycles and pedestrian walkways, and yes, the environment too, have been sacrificed to allow smoother vehicle traffic.
Oldman at 2009-06-11 11:46:38   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
I really hope to see one day that my son and grandson would love to ride bicycles. Because I have lots of sweet memories which happened on my bike!
Liews at 2009-06-09 09:26:16   [Reply] IP:124.160.36.★
It is no longer a question of whether the revival of bicycles in china could return or not ,it is a question of what are people"s purposes for running bikes to go to work or outside.In the late 19th century ,buying a bike was not so easy as nowadays,just like purchasing a car right now.Put it another way ,owning a bike was a symbol of being rich ,not a fashion.As our nation growing faster and faster,people have more and more money in their pockets,so,more and more bicycles could be sold to ordin... (More details.)
dusky lim at 2009-06-08 17:28:57   [Reply] IP:121.96.126.★
the return of the bicycle in china is a good thing. people should adopt to a less wasteful and more environmentally-friendly form of personal transportation. It is also healthier.
lihongmei at 2009-06-08 17:18:32   [Reply] IP:202.99.23.★
perfect idea and good-looking design, congratulations!
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