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Yasmine Mahmoud cuts a defiant figure as she weaves her bicycle through the chaotic streets of Cairo, a place where few women dare to pedal.The majority of cyclists in Egypt are working class men, preferring two wheels for running daily errands.Mahmoud now refuses to drive her car unless she has to travel far.Mahmoud said Egyptian streets should have separate lanes for cyclists given the risk of being mowed down by "scary" microbuses breezing past recklessly.This does not deter Mahmoud, who has taken her passion to a new level. She is a member of Go Bike, a group that promotes cycling.Go Bike founder Mohamed Samy wants bicycles to replace cars for traveling short distances.
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