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      rmgdesign: #NYC Awesome poster campaign by Mother New York promoting (via BikeNYC: Bike like a New Yorker |

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      BIKE LIKE A NEW YORKER by Mother New York

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      Bike Like a New Yorker :: Mother New York for Transportation Alternatives

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      Typography / Mother New York » Bike Like a New Yorker — Designspiration

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