I live in Abilene, TX, which might be best described as actively cycling-hostile. We have no bike lanes, no bike racks, and a grand total of two bike shops, one of which is absolutely terrible, and both of which are on the far outskirts of town. One is legally required to ride as far to the right as possible and allow cars to pass, and police are likely to pull one over and issue a citation if one is caught 'taking the lane'.
The city government did make a cynical attempt at a "bike trail" a few years back. It consists of a sidewalk with "Bike trail" signs that goes down a single street on the edge of town, connecting ACU (which has (a) a healthy population of cyclists and (b) some pull with the city government) with the zoo/park complex 3 miles away. That's it. Oh, and it has huge bollards in the middle of it every twenty feet or so, ostensibly to prevent cars from using it.
There was some talk last year of creating cycling infrastucture after a couple of high-profile accidents where cyclists were hit on major streets but it was quietly dropped as soon as the local media lost interest. They've rebuilt several streets since then and the promised lanes never materialized.