In a few short years, this procession of bicyclists of all skill levels has become a weekly parade drawing thousands on warm Monday nights. What helps is the way the ride welcomes everybody: from inner-city cyclists to suburban riders who show up for the ride with their bikes on roof racks. The ride's routes don't just focus on hip restaurants and bars, but neighborhood projects and community gardens. It's one of the most enjoyable ways to bridge the city's divides, and it has even inspired a host of Slow Roll rides in other cities in both North America and Europe.
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