Cyclists ride down North Wilmington Street on Sunday during the Capital Area Ride for Safety, which set out to encourage safe cycling and promote positive interactions between cyclists and drivers. The cyclists began and finished their ride at Wakefield High School.
Cyclists ride down North Wilmington Street on Sunday during the Capital Area Ride for Safety, which set out to encourage safe cycling and promote positive interactions between cyclists and drivers. The cyclists began and finished their ride at Wakefield High School. Adam Jennings newsobserver.com
Cyclists ride down North Wilmington Street on Sunday during the Capital Area Ride for Safety, which set out to encourage safe cycling and promote positive interactions between cyclists and drivers. The cyclists began and finished their ride at Wakefield High School. Adam Jennings newsobserver.com

Cyclists’ 28-mile trek carries message of safety to downtown Raleigh

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