News anchor's bike stolen on Bike To Work Day

A lot of people enjoyed this week’s Bike Walk To Work Day, but WCCO anchor Mike Binkley was not among them. His locked-up Trek bicycle was stolen from outside the WCCO-TV studios after he rode it in Thursday.
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WCCO anchor Mike Binkley pedaled to the station on Thursday for Bike Walk to Work Day but someone swiped his ride, even though he had locked it up.

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