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The Ferrari v. the bicycle

  • Mike Firn (a1), Maria Alonso-Vicente (a2) and Dieneke Hubbeling (a2)
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Author for correspondence: Dieneke Hubbeling, E-mail: dieneke@doctors.org.uk

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