Cyclists Court Death Daily

It's dangerous, but Miami is getting friendlier to bikes.

Eric Tullberg is trying to save Miami's oldest bike path one inch at a time.
Jacek Gancarz
Eric Tullberg is trying to save Miami's oldest bike path one inch at a time.
Gabrielle Redfern, Miami Beach's one-woman bike lobby, rides with daughter Elsie along the three-block bike lane on 42nd Street. "It goes from nowhere to nowhere. It was my first victory."
Jacek Gancarz
Gabrielle Redfern, Miami Beach's one-woman bike lobby, rides with daughter Elsie along the three-block bike lane on 42nd Street. "It goes from nowhere to nowhere. It was my first victory."

Just over the top, he stops for a breather, looking unconcernedly for any cars that might be about to hit us. "This is a very good exercise," he says enthusiastically. "A very good thing, the bicycle." Then he bids a polite goodbye, coasts casually across six lanes of traffic, and, foot by foot, disappears.

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