It's probably a culture/class thing to some extent. Buying a decent bike and kitting it out purely to cycle round in a big circle is a bit of an odd thing to do.User76 said:On a similar vein, and this could be contentious, why do you not see many black people (enthusiasts) geared up and riding in groups? Even fewer Asian people.
That's where I live.threebikesmcginty said:I was in Kingston (Upon Thames not Jamaica!) yesterday and there were a few ladies out and about on bikes.
On a trip to San Francisco last December I saw loads of keen female cyclists - almost as many as men. It really caught my eye!HeyWayne said:Why is that?
I very rarely see ladies on bikes - and less so the 'enthusiasts' (geared up and in groups).
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