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Opinion: A new bike costs what? How inflation is taking a bite out of today’s earnings

I had the brilliant idea of getting my wife a bicycle for her birthday. Nothing fancy, mind you, just a comfortable touring bike. I had visions of us leisurely cycling to a nearby lake on a warm summer day, with sandwiches neatly stored in a picnic basket and Vivaldi’s “Summer,” from the “Four Seasons,” playing mysteriously, yet relaxingly, in the background.
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