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Old 10-05-06, 06:26 PM   #1
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Cyclists for the Bay

I think this is a great concept… cycling helps the environment and the bay (for MD, PA and VA folks: )

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The Chesapeake Bay is dangerously out of balance. The Bay and its rivers and
streams are being choked by nitrogen and phosphorus pollution, toxic
contamination, and oxygen depletion.

You can be part of the solution. Join CBF's CYCLIST FOR THE BAY program (it's free) and
help protect this national treasure.

The Pledge

As a CYCLIST FOR THE BAY, I will:

- Use my bicycle instead of a car whenever possible to reduce the harmful
effects of vehicle emissions.
- Ride my bike to work at least once a week, if circumstances allow.
- Do what I can to promote cycling as an environmentally-friendly means of
transportation.
- Spread the word that vehicle exhaust contributes more than one-third of
all the nitrogen pollution entering the Bay from the air.
- Encourage other cyclists to join the fight to protect and restore the
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- Speak out for decisive action to save this national treasure.

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Old 10-05-06, 08:28 PM   #2
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Thanks for the great info!
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I think this is a great conceptů cycling helps the environment and the bay (for MD, PA and VA folks: )
I have more miles on my bike than i do on my car this year.
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Old 10-12-06, 05:33 PM   #4
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I have more miles on my bike than i do on my car this year.
Unfortunately, I don't live in an area where that is possible
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