For Kevin Montgomery, the mounting cost of car ownership and a desire to get out from under gridlock’s grip led him to swap his ride for a bicycle and a transit pass.
“It became a lifestyle choice out of necessity,” said Montgomery, 33, who decided a few years ago to take a leap of faith and give up his car.
“For our family, we became increasingly alarmed by the cost of gas prices and insurance rates. That’s when I started using a bike to get around.
OH YEAH: You can get pretty far without a car, says avid cyclist
June 8, 2014 by
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