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About 90 percent of the country commutes to work by car. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood hopes that will change — he wants to make biking as important as driving. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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A National Network Of Bike Trails? It Could Happen

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NPR's Guy Raz rides behind Zero Motorcycles' Neal Saiki on the 2010 Zero S street bike. May-Ying Lam/NPR hide caption

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An Electric Motorcycle Meets A Harley Woman

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Is the solution to global warning more pollution? Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Could Cleaner Air Actually Intensify Global Warming?

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