Cycling in the US from a Dutch perspective

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Looking at cycling in some places in the US in June 2013, from a Dutch perspective. Much more info in the blog post with this video: Filmed in Chicago, San Francisco, Davis (CA) and the Lake Tahoe (NV) area.

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The videos of this channel are part of a blog to show you all about everyday cycling in the Netherlands. Please follow me on Twitter and read the blog posts! Please note:this channel is not from the Dutch Cycling Embassy, but I am their ambassador.


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