I have long been interested in the history of the bicycle. I've also been to California numerous times, though never to Los Angeles. And quite frankly, I would never think of bicycle history and Los Angeles in the same thought. More likely, and this is stereotyping (please, Los Angelers, don't send me hate mail), I think of cars and wide highways. But 100 years ago this wasn't the case...they were on the cutting edge. You can imagine my surprise and intrigue when I came upon an article about the California Cycleway. Built in 1900 and dismantled about 10 years later, it's original intention was to link Pasadena with L.A....via an elevated bike path. To read more about it on Wikipedia, click here. For a well-written story about it--with more photos, I recommend this site. Am I the only cyclist who thinks that path looks like a ton of fun?