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April 19, 2012

In this episode, viewers see an amazing collection of bicycles stored in a museum on Pittsburgh's North Side. Chris Fennimore goes back to school to meet students from the International Culinary Schools at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. And viewers get to experience Pittsburgh's newest sport, called Parkour.


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In this episode, viewers see an amazing collection of bicycles stored in a museum on Pittsburgh's North Side. Chris Fennimore goes back to school to meet students from the International Culinary Schools at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. And viewers get to experience Pittsburgh's newest sport, called Parkour.


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Schwinn Bikes

International Culinary Schools at Art Institute of Pittsburgh

Steel City Free Runners

Schwinn Cruisers

The Bowden Spacelander

The Wheelmen

The Bicycle Museum of America

 


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