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Cyclists v drivers? They're often the same people

10.08.2010
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Research suggests a boom in cycling among affluent 'mid-life crisis' men and car ownersMuch has been written about a war between cyclists and drivers, as if the two groups were such polar opposites that they could never cross in a Venn diagram. But according to new research, people who cycle the most are likely to own at least two cars.Regular cyclists - those who cycle at least once a week - are also disproportionately likely to read broadsheet newspapers, be well educated, have a household income of at least ?50,000 per year and shop at Waitrose, claims the latest Mintel report, Bicycles in the UK 2010. In addition, they are twice as likely to be men as women. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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