John Laufenburger rides his bike in Downtown Boise beside his daughter, Chelsea. Laufenburger has back problems and finds cycling is easier on his back than walking. Last summer, while on his bike, he was hit by a car and ended up in the emergency room with a concussion and no health insurance.
John Laufenburger rides his bike in Downtown Boise beside his daughter, Chelsea. Laufenburger has back problems and finds cycling is easier on his back than walking. Last summer, while on his bike, he was hit by a car and ended up in the emergency room with a concussion and no health insurance. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
John Laufenburger rides his bike in Downtown Boise beside his daughter, Chelsea. Laufenburger has back problems and finds cycling is easier on his back than walking. Last summer, while on his bike, he was hit by a car and ended up in the emergency room with a concussion and no health insurance. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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