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FM2: Sofa bike makes appearance

2014-04-19 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. *RecumbentingGerald Holt from way off in Little Cake/Neat Hollow area/Greater Ella/Greater Neatsville/Greater Purdy was in town on his sofa bike. And, though it looks like he's asleep at the wheel and doing a wheelie a the same time, he's actually the poster boy of bike safety. If there is a law against riding a sofa bike in Columbia while wearing Google Glass, he isn't: That's just a rear-view mirror on this specs. They just look high tech. Recumbent bikes have become more and more popular in the area. Gerald Holt says he knows of seven now. The Farmers Market on the Square attracts cyclists. Last year one rider on his way to Tennessee stopped just to see what as happening. "Is some kind of a county fair?" he asked. Truth be told, in a way, it is. The market is open 8am-1pm each of 30 Saturdays, from April 5 through October 30, 2014.
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