* Number of cycle commuters has doubled in 10 years * Berliners weary of transport troubles and fuel costs * Prominent Germans among those bitten by the bicycle bug By Erik Kirschbaum BERLIN, July 31 (Reuters) - Every morning, lawyer Peter Kupisz hops on his bicycle and rides to his office, joining a fast-growing crowd of 500,000 who pedal along Berlin's cycle paths and boulevards each day. Deteriorating rail services, high petrol prices, climate change worries and a desire for ...
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