Bicyclists in the United States are twice as likely to be male as female, which contrasts greatly with cyclists in Europe where the ratio is closer to 1:1. Studies have shown that women are “indicators” of how bike-friendly an area is. If bike paths are seperated from vehicular traffic and are located along routes convenient for household errands (as women take care of most of the childcare and household shopping), cyclists on those paths are much more likely to be women than on an average path. For example, in New York three quarters of cyclists are men, but on a vehicularly-isolated path in Central Park, almost half of riders were women.
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