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Introducing Today’s Guest Writer: Ted Rogers

9:37 AM PDT on October 7, 2009

10_7_09_ted_and_kirby.jpgTed Rogers (left), aka BikingInLA, with some unidentified guy in a bike jersey.

Ted Rogers is  freelance copywriter living on the Westside of Los
Angeles, which means that, thanks to the current economic climate, he
has plenty of time to write about bicycling on his blog, BikingInLA.
Next year will mark his 30th year as an adult cyclist, as well as his
20th riding the streets of L.A. He is perhaps best known for surviving
the Infamous Beachfront Bee Incident; the bees have yet to apologize.

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