I just saw this and, except for the fact that the Penn Ave bike lanes aren't open, it's the best coverage of BTWD that I've seen this year. It reminds me why I love VOA.
Why does AAA-MA keep pointing to the closed section of Penn in front of the White House? The only thing it has in common is that, technically, it's the same street (though it isn't even contiguous). Perhaps you could argue that the reason Penn is overbuilt is because that section was closed, but nonetheless it isn't an argument against the bike lanes.
And it's odd that Fenty rode down the bike lane that morning - when his administration refused to open them and was unhappy with them at the time.
Nice factoid thrown in
A study by the University of California Berkeley found that Americans spend five times more on driving than on exercising.
Having said that, USA Today also had some nice coverage, more about bike commuting than the ceremony, but again it had a local story to tell. It featured a local bike blogger (not me).