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Damien Talks Episode 2: Bike Inland Empire’s Marven Norman

10:07 AM PDT on May 13, 2015

Marven Norman
Marven Norman
Marven Norman

Welcome to the second episode of #DamienTalks. This week, Damien talks with Marven Norman with the Inland Empire Bicycle Alliance and Inlandfiets. Marven has been fighting the good fight in a part of California where commutes are long and many people have to bike between cities to get where they need to go.

Norman makes a strong case for separated bike lanes and the need for both better education and better infrastructure to make the streets safer for people who bike and for every other road user.

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