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Bicycles In Amsterdam Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: In Amsterdam, the most bicycle-friendly capital city in the world , over 60% of trips are made by bike in the inner city and 40% of trips are made by bike overall in the greater city area. Amsterdam has a wide net of traffic-calmed streets and world-class facilities for cyclists. Amsterdammers ride a wide variety of bicycles including the traditional Omafiets - the ubiquitous Dutch roadster with a step-through frame - to anything from modern city bikes, road bikes, mountain bikes.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 17/Dec/2016

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