The Cyclists Behind the Good Roads Movement

The improvements made to highways are normally assumed to have been started by motorists. This assumption is mistaken. It was actually cyclists who wanted roads improved in America.

Roads Were Not Built for Cars
Take a look at the history of highways and how cyclists, not motorists, initially brought well-paved roads to America during the late nineteenth century in “Roads Were Not Built for Cars” by Carlton Reid.
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