“It didn’t take long to stripe both sides of 8th between A Street and Sycamore Lane — a distance a little less than a mile long. After the paint dried and stenciled lettering was applied, the 10.5-square-mile city had the first bike lane in U.S. history.” Outside takes you back to 1967, when Davis broke ground on the country’s first true bike lane. (I hear it took a full five minutes before a cyclist and a driver got into a heated roadside argument.)