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Last updated on Wednesday, April 30, 2008
(UNDATED) - Gas prices are at an all-time high and people are looking for solutions.
One way to cut back on gas is to start biking to work. Bike shops around Central Indiana are seeing a boom in business.
Indy Cycle Specialist has a sign that says, "Cure petroleum addiction here."
Manager Scott Irons says they've seen a big jump in the number of people buying the so-called commuter bikes.
Irons says those bikes are designed for getting to and from work. Irons says a bike is also good for the environment - it cuts down on greenhouse gas emissions.
Gas prices in Bloomington have already hit $3.75 a gallon, and look for prices in Bedford to get close if they aren't there already.
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