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Bicycling Aspirations

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This month, Atlanta magazine asks — by way of a personal essay and appropriate research — if a city so custom-built for automobiles can ever be truly accommodating for bicycle commuters and recreational riders. In the process, the article pit-stops at interesting factoids (Atlanta chalked up the country's largest statistical increase in bike commuters between 2000 and 2009) and definitively shows the difference between sharrows and cycle tracks and such.