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The Barriers for Women in Urban Cycling

Women make up fewer than 25% of the trips taken by bicycle in the United States. What can we do to remove some the barriers for women in urban cycling? Listen to the latest Shift Up podcast for some ideas!
The Barriers for Women in Urban Cycling

by Arleigh Greenwald

May 09, 2018

Kicking off our Bridging the Gap series to achieve gender balance in cycling sponsored by Quality Bicycle Products. Eillie Anzilotti wrote the viral piece, "What Will It Take To Close The Gender Gap In Urban Cycling?". We discuss with her the barriers for women in urban cycling, what is working to overcome this gap and what the bike industry needs to do to help more women feel comfortable riding on our city streets.


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