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Cyclists join with Lewes mayor and ride to work

Jun 06, 2013
Photo by: Ron MacArthur Lewes Mayor Jim Ford, left, and Mike Tyler, chairman of the Lewes Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, lead the way May 17 during National Bike to Work Day. The annual event is aimed at encouraging people to commute on two wheels rather than by car.

Lewes Mayor Jim Ford, left, and Mike Tyler, chairman of the Lewes Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, lead the way May 17 during National Bike to Work Day. The annual event is aimed at encouraging people to commute on two wheels rather than by car.

Local cyclists, including Rep. Steve Smyk, R-MIlton, gather at Lewes Mayor Jim Ford's home on Savannah Road to escort him to work. (Photo by: Ron MacArthur)
Cyclists start a mini tour of Lewes on Savannah Road during Bike to Work Day. Lewes is one of two designated Bicycle Friendly cities in Delaware; Newark is the other. (Photo by: Ron MacArthur)
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