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Indonesians' two-wheeled solution
Jakarta's commuters pedal their way to beat the growing traffic on the capital's roads.
Last Modified: 26 Dec 2010 09:05 GMT

For the millions of people who need to get around Indonesia's capital Jakarta, the problem is not the weather but the traffic. 

The city's roads are clogged up with cars, trains and buses. So now a growing number of commuters are opting for a two-wheeled solution.

Al Jazeera's Azhar Sukri reports from Jakarta.

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