Traffic in Beirut is getting more annoying year after year. Part of the problem is that most Lebanese people drive cars instead of riding a bicycle or using the bus. However, you can’t blame them since the roads are not cyclist-friendly, and the public transport is neither organized nor reliable. The Chain Effect is inviting Lebanese people to bike to work on April 25 for free to experience the pros of riding a bike in Beirut! Watch the video to see the perks of biking to work! The Chain Effect is offering free bikes and helmets for a day in case you don’t have one! Here’s what you need to do: 1) Register on
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