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New Law Offers Cushion, Enhanced Safety For Bikers

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Clint and Elisa Greenbaum ride their ElliptiGOs every day.

Clint and Elisa Greenbaum ride their ElliptiGOs every day.

authorKitty Merrill on May 3, 2021
Suffolk and Nassau counties share the shameful record for most fatalities involving bicyclists in New York State, according to Daniel Flanzig, a member of the board of the New York... more

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