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Give to Streetsblog Chicago and You Could Win This Spiffy Tern Folding Bike

If you're reading this, chances are you care deeply about creating safe, sustainable, and equitable streets. As we look toward 2016, the Streetsblog network is calling on our most important supporters -- our readers! -- to sustain our work covering the movement for streets and transportation systems where people take precedence over cars.

Your tax-deductible donation, earmarked for Streetsblog Chicago, will support reporting that holds policy-makers accountable and highlights forward-thinking new projects. One lucky person who donates to the Streetsblog family of sites, including SBC, by the end of the year will win this cool folding bike, a Link D8 from Tern Bicycles.

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