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I was going to crash. I gave my bike’s handlebars one last futile yank, but my tire lodged in the street trolley track. I was eating asphalt before I could blink.
Traffic stopped. I untangled myself from my twisted mess of a bike and hopped up as quickly as I could. I was scraped up and mortified, but basically unhurt. When I pulled my helmet out of my eyes, though, I saw two people emerging from the SUV that had stopped just a few feet away. A guy and a girl.
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