In this Aug. 31, 2012, photo, AP newswoman Nataliya Vasilyeva rides her bicycle on her way to the bureau in Moscow. The famous soviet style hotel "Ukraine" is visible at rear left. "Riding a bike in Moscow is a completely different experience from cycling in any other European city," explains Vasilyeva. "With no bike lanes but plenty of road rage, most cyclists in Moscow, myself included, keep off the streets and stay on the sidewalk." But while cycling on the pavement, you need to watch out not only for pedestrians and baby carriages but for the sudden opening of car doors. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

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In this Aug. 31, 2012, photo, AP newswoman Nataliya Vasilyeva rides her bicycle on her way to the bureau in Moscow. The famous soviet style hotel "Ukraine" is visible at rear left. "Riding a bike in Moscow is a completely different experience from cycling in any other European city," explains Vasilyeva. "With no bike lanes but plenty of road rage, most cyclists in Moscow, myself included, keep off the streets and stay on the sidewalk." But while cycling on the pavement, you need to watch out not only for pedestrians and baby carriages but for the sudden opening of car doors. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
In this Aug. 31, 2012, photo, AP newswoman Nataliya Vasilyeva rides her bicycle on her way to the bureau in Moscow. The famous soviet style hotel "Ukraine" is visible at rear left. "Riding a bike in Moscow is a completely different experience from cycling in any other European city," explains Vasilyeva. "With no bike lanes but plenty of road rage, most cyclists in Moscow, myself included, keep off the streets and stay on the sidewalk." But while cycling on the pavement, you need to watch out not only for pedestrians and baby carriages but for the sudden opening of car doors. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
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