Andreas Rohl visited Milwaukee recently and discussed the concept of social cycling from a design engineering standpoint. As he explained it, you basically need enough room for two people to ride side-by-side and still have the width for a faster rider to pass.
This is really a fascinating blog, lots of stuff that I can get into. One thing I just want to say is that your design is so perfect! You certainly know how to get a girls attention! I’m glad that your here.
Another good reason for having good cycle facilities and riding a bicycle :-)
I appreciate the social feeling/sentiment as well. It is so rare here in Central Pennsylvania that one senses comraderie with another bicyclist, alas!
Oh give me a break! I live in Copenhagen, and although I am all for creating a positive image of cycling: if cycling in Copenhagen is characterized by anything it's selfishness, rude and inconsiderate dangerous cycling. Elbows out - I come first - is the motto of the day (both towards fellow cyclists, cars and pedestrians). This has been subject of great debate in the media and it is a real pain!
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