Dispatch: From dodging spitballs and trash in the 1970s to riding in bike lanes in 2017, a city biking pioneer reflects on 40 years of urban cycling

Illustration by Jameela Wahlgren Uphill, Both Ways essay by Ginger Osborne It amuses me when I hear young cyclists complain that some car driver yelled at them while they were biking.  Yelled at them. This upsets them. Being yelled at. I started riding a bicycle around Philadelphia in the mid 1970s. There were no bike

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