Give people the choice and they choose:
Be reasonable H. The estimation here was around a hundred cyclists attended that.
Good turnout, about 100 people riding along safely
Call it 150 if you want.
According to the census 2011 around 1.5% of work commutes were by cycle. That's apparently 28,606 cyclists. The turnout was app. 0.05% of that figure. Less if you want to count all cyclists. Everyone of those cyclists have the choice to join in and "choose".
Unless I stuffed the maths
References for those that care:
https://blogs.crikey.com.au/theurbanist ... -the-rise/
https://chartingtransport.com/2014/01/2 ... g-to-work/
There was another ride this morning organised by Freestyle Cyclists. How many fronted?
I noticed another funny thing. We've been told that relaxation of MHL's in the Terriritory has seen an upswing in cyclists in Darwin in particular. I look foward to some figures on that, as according to the above Darwin didn't even rate. Alice Springs had the greatest amount of commutes by cyle in the Territory. I assume the laws were changed post 2011?