This week Kyle welcomes back to the show, historian and author Evan Friss. Evan discusses his new book, On Bicycles: A 200 Year History of Cycling in New York City, a deep dive into the colorful and fraught history of cycling in New York City, showing how it has served as a mirror of the city’s changing social, economic, infrastructural, and cultural politics since it first appeared. Pick up a copy of the new from Columbia University Press (http://tiny.cc/qo307y) or wherever books are sold.
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