By Teresa Carson PORTLAND, Oregon, Aug 1 (Reuters) - As high gas prices force U.S. drivers to share city streets with a growing legion of cyclists, tensions are mounting between the two groups who blame each other for failing to find a peaceful balance. A number of violent confrontations in recent weeks between cyclists and drivers have weighed on Portland's reputation as America's most bike-friendly city, while accidents and "road rage" incidents are prompting other cities to try and ...
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