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  • Afghan Cycling Federation nation team rider Mohammed Karim Yaqoot, right, trains on the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan. The ACF's national cycling team  now has roughly 15 men, 15 juniors, and 10 women who have participated in local, regional, and international races including the Southeast Asian Games.
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  • Bicycles are a popular form of transportation in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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  • Bicycles are a popular form of transportation in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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  • A photo of deceased and revered Northern Alliance commander Ahmad Shah Massoud adorns the front of an Afghan policeman's bike in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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  • Twelve-year-old Habib Urhan operates a small street corner bike shop by himself in Kabul, Afghanistan. He makes about $2-4 USD a day, which combined with the pay from his laborer brother, supports their ten-person family.
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  • Twelve-year-old Habib Urhan operates a small street corner bike shop by himself in Kabul, Afghanistan. He makes about $2-4 USD a day, which combined with the pay from his laborer brother, supports their ten-person family.
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  • Twelve-year-old Habib Urhan tools in his small street corner bike shop in Kabul, Afghanistan. He makes about $2-4 USD a day, which combined with the pay from his laborer brother, supports their ten-person family.
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  • Twelve-year-old Habib Urhan operates a small street corner bike shop by himself in Kabul, Afghanistan. He makes about $2-4 USD a day, which combined with the pay from his laborer brother, supports their ten-person family.
    afghanbike_...jpg
  • Twelve-year-old Habib Urhan operates a small street corner bike shop by himself in Kabul, Afghanistan. He makes about $2-4 USD a day, which combined with the pay from his laborer brother, supports their ten-person family.
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  • Asad Ullah, 9, works in his father's bike shop in Kabul, Afghanistan. The shop earns about $4-6 USD per day.
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  • Mohammed Gull, left, his son Asad Ullah, center, and apprentice Bashir, right, work in Gull's Kabul, afghanistan bike shop. The shop earns about $4-6 USD per day.
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  • The parts area of Mohammed Gull's Kabul bicycle shop. The shop earns about $4-6 USD per day.
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  • Asad Ullah, 9, works in his father's bike shop in Kabul, Afghanistan. The shop earns about $4-6 USD per day.
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  • Abdul Sadiqi is the president and founder of the Afghan Cycling Federation. He was the Afghan National Champion from 1980 to 1985, and has ridden his bike over the entire country promoting the sport of cycling. The ACF's national cycling team  now has roughly 15 men, 15 juniors, and 10 women who have participated in local, regional, and international races including the Souteast Asian Games.
    afghanbike_...jpg
  • Abdul Sadiqi is the president and founder of the Afghan Cycling Federation. He was the Afghan National Champion from 1980 to 1985, and has ridden his bike over the entire country promoting the sport of cycling. The ACF's national cycling team  now has roughly 15 men, 15 juniors, and 10 women who have participated in local, regional, and international races including the Souteast Asian Games.
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  • Abdul Sadiqi, president and founder of the Afghan Cycling Federation must hide his racing bikes in his attic to prevent theft in Kabul, Afghanistan. He was the Afghan National Champion from 1980 to 1985, and has ridden his bike over the entire country promoting the sport of cycling. The ACF's national cycling team  now has roughly 15 men, 15 juniors, and 10 women who have participated in local, regional, and international races including the Souteast Asian Games.
    afghanbike_...jpg
  • The ACF's national cycling team  now has roughly 15 men, 15 juniors, and 10 women who have participated in local, regional, and international races including the Southeast Asian Games.
    afghanbike_...jpg
  • Thirteen-year-old Benafscha Sadiqi poses with the trophy she won in her first bicycle race in Kabul, Afghanistan. She's the daughter of Abdul Sadiqi, the president and founder of the Afghan Cycling Federation
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  • Afghan Cycling Federation national team members Abdull Qader Fahim, center, and Hashmat Ullah Barekzay, right, train on the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan. The ACF's national cycling team  now has roughly 15 men, 15 juniors, and 10 women who have participated in local, regional, and international races including the Southeast Asian Games.
    afghanbike_...jpg
  • Afghan Cycling Federation national team members Abdull Qader Fahim, center, and Hashmat Ullah Barekzay, right, train on the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan. The ACF's national cycling team  now has roughly 15 men, 15 juniors, and 10 women who have participated in local, regional, and international races including the Southeast Asian Games.
    afghanbike_...jpg
  • Afghan youths ride their bikes on the edge of Kabul, Afghanistan.
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  • A photo of deceased and revered Northern Alliance commander Ahmad Shah Massoud adorns the front of an Afghan policeman's bike in Kabul, Afghanistan.
    afghanbike_...jpg
  • Bicycles are a popular form of transportation in Kabul, Afghanistan.
    afghanbike_...jpg
  • Bicycles are a popular form of transportation in Kabul, Afghanistan.
    afghanbike_...jpg
  • An Afghan boy rides through a cemetery in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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