We at TreeHugger have written before on the possible reasons city biking is still predominantly male. But now the Dutch tell us what we already guessed: it's kitchen drudgery keeping us from our bicycles.
When Mike reported on the fact that there have been 23 million bike-sharing rides in the US since 2007 and 0 deaths, one of the first things I thought was, "How could that be?" A couple of ideas rather quickly popped into my head.
Bike-sharing programs have been all the rage in recent years. The Vélib’ program in Paris was by many accounts the program that that got the massive trend rolling. Will it start another one with P’tit Vélib’?