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Arrested Development Star Will Arnett Bikes Around Manhattan

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As the final days of winter (if you can call it that) come to an end, it’s time to once again dig deep in your garage and pull out that trusty, dusty bicycle.

You can sure bet that Arrested Development comedian Will Arnett will be doing some serious biking this spring, as he recently told New York Magazine that his preferred method of getting around Manhattan is, in fact, by bicycle. Will says: I’m very conscientious–I’m always looking out for the person on the bike. Because that person on the bike could be me,” he says.

Will also revealed that he once got into a fight with a driver from New Jersey who tried to outrun him, eventually driving his vehicle into the bike lane. Long story short: Arnett caught up with the pissy driver at a red like and not so peacefully spat on his windshield. Explaining his actions, Will says: “I didn’t want there to be any physical damage, because then he could prove it. They’re not going to take DNA for a spit infraction. Way too costly.”

Speaking of costly, wheel on down to CommuteByBike.com and use their gas saving calculator to find out how much money you could save by opting for two wheels instead of four. Just beware of angry drivers from New Jersey.

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