<p><br> Early-morning cyclists speed along Central Park’s winding—closed-to-motor-vehicles—roads.</p>

Cyclists in Central Park


Early-morning cyclists speed along Central Park’s winding—closed-to-motor-vehicles—roads.

Photograph by Rob Howard/Corbis

New York Central Park

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