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History of Cycling in Phoenix
We started out right as a city, giving away bikes in 1901 and seeing cyclists travel from Prescott to Mayer on a bicycle with a railroad attachment in 1902. By 1989, however, the Phoenix New Times was pleading for bike lanes and safe passage over busy streets. After 108 years, are we going to finally see the the development needed to support cycle commuting?