Blind Ride held in Mexico

16:35, May 30, 2011      

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A blindfolded man (L) is guided by volunteer Rodolfo Colores of Blind Ride, a cycling program for visual handicapped people, during an activity with people to experience the blind condition as handicapped users in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, May 29, 2011. Blind Ride is held on Sundays within Mexico City's cycling program along Reforma Avenue, giving service to some 80 users a month and is run by volunteers, donations and the souvenir sells. (Xinhua/Flor de María Cordero)

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Source: Xinhua

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