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Bicyclists Were Original Advocates for Good Roads

Blog commentary by Tom Berg, Senior Contributing Editor

Rutted dirt was the rule on rural roads, like this one in Arizona. Rains made them muddy quagmires. Tall wheels with narrow tires worked well in these conditions. Photos: America on the Move

June 2, 2017

Motorists and truckers can thank touring "wheelmen" and isolated farmers for together pressuring lawmakers to improve primitive dirt byways, notes Tom Berg in the Trailer Talk blog.

Tags: Infrastructure, Highway Trust Fund, Highways, Infrastructure Funding

Author: Tom Berg | Posted @ Friday, June 2, 2017 7:45 AM | » Comments(1)

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