Jason Orth, manager of the Reading Bike Hub, fixes a bike for a customer. Marielle Segarra/WHYY hide caption

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Some Towns Treat Bikes As Trendy, But In Reading, Pa., They're Tools

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Fatima Haidari, second from the right, and her bike riding club caught the attention of Humans of Kabul — the Afghanistan version of the popular Humans of New York blog. David Fox/Courtesy of Humans of Kabul hide caption

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The Morpher folds in half from a full-size bike helmet so that it can be stashed away in a laptop or shoulder bag --€” something urban bike-share cyclists might find especially appealing. Courtesy of Morpher hide caption

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