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The daily cyclist in this supposedly "bike-unfriendly" city gains a command of quiet back streets like 4th, the backbone of so many of my own trips. The pace, rhythm, and perspective of rides along these bike routes open up the mental space to ponder a host of questions about the urban environment, such as, when did once modernism-loving Los Angeles start looking architecturally backward?

The daily cyclist in this supposedly "bike-unfriendly" city gains a command of quiet back streets like 4th, the backbone of so many of my own trips. The pace, rhythm, and perspective of rides along these bike routes open up the mental space to ponder a host of questions about the urban environment, such as, when did once modernism-loving Los Angeles start looking architecturally backward?

William Deverell on the notion that adobe is both relegated and embraced as a link to the historic and cultural past of the region.
The daily cyclist in this supposedly "bike-unfriendly" city gains a command of quiet back streets like 4th, the backbone of so many of my own trips. The pace, rhythm, and perspective of rides along these bike routes open up the mental space to ponder a host of questions about the urban environment, such as, when did once modernism-loving Los Angeles start looking architecturally backward?

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