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Cycling in Minnesota creates thousands of jobs and cuts health-care spending, state report concludes
by Josephine Marcotty
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28 March 2017
On 28 March 2017 Star Tribune reported:
For many Minnesotans cycling is nothing more than a Sunday frolic, but a new report finds that the state's bike industry produces $780 million in annual economic activity, 5,519 jobs and millions of dollars in health care savings because of reduced obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Fully 13.6 percent of Twin Cities residents commute by bike, at least once in a while.
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