If you are a woman, do you ride your bicycle for recreation or transportation – or both? Do you have a functional adult bicycle in your house?
An interesting study conducted in 2014 by PeopleForBikes revealed some interesting facts about women and bicycling.
“We decided to ask. In late 2014 we commissioned the U.S. Bicycling Participation Study, an unprecedented comprehensive survey of bicycling participation. We measured all kinds of riding by all kinds of people, including women. It turns out that much of what we thought we knew was wrong. There are some important and interesting findings from the study.”
Read about the gap between men and women who ride bikes,
Who rides more – women or men?
Do parents ride more or less?
Do men and women have similar aspirations when it comes to bicycling?
Comparing safety concerns between men and women,
Do older women ride more or less than younger women?
How are women represented in bicycle racing?
Find out more:
Download the study: http://www.peopleforbikes.org/pages/u.s.-bicycling-participation-benchmarking-report