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How to protect myself when falling off the bicycle
Today was rainy in Palo Alto and I was driving home in bike lane. My bike slipped and I felt off my bike in a part of bike lane that was made of concrete instead of asphalt(here). I didn't injured and ...
Jan 10 '13 at 2:50
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