Broken Faith 

Accident victims question whether Tucson's bike-friendly rep is really deserved

Jan Mosier's scars, her crutches, those ugly black bruises—all are manifest signs of the crash. But what you don't see is the shattered faith, after a lifelong devotion to the bike. This you discover only in her words, alternately angry and dismayed…

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