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Old 09-25-06, 05:07 PM   #1
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Bike to Walmart?

Does anyone know of a route to a Walmart in the NYC metro area, from NYC, using a combination of commuter rail and bike? Just another effort in making the most of a car-free lifestyle.
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Old 09-25-06, 08:50 PM   #2
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Theres one in White Plains. I suppose you could take Metro North if you didn't feel like riding all the way. Don't know the exact location as I don't shop at wally world. I by all my made in China products at Target.
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You should find a more direct route to sell out your country.
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Does anyone know of a route to a Walmart in the NYC metro area, from NYC, using a combination of commuter rail and bike? Just another effort in making the most of a car-free lifestyle.
there are Walmarts on Long Island you could take the LIRR to...

Why not just go to the Target in Brooklyn at Atlantic Ave. (Prices are comparable and Target is a much better corporate citizen.)
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