Congratulations to Our Two PUBLIC Bike Winners

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In case you notice a particularly gleeful smile on someone riding a PUBLIC Bike this week, it may just be one of the two lucky winners of our Streetsblog pledge drive contest. Congratulations to Caryl Gay and Brian Manford, who will soon be hopping on their brand new PUBLIC V7 bikes.

A huge thanks again to all of our readers, and to PUBLIC Bikes, who stepped up to help us exceed our fundraising goal of $30,000. We’re very excited and encouraged to be going into another year continuing our coverage with a strong foundation of support.

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