We all know the famous cycling cities. In Amsterdam bike riders rule the roads, and in Copenhagen they literally have tilted bins to accommodate the cyclists. Titled bins people. Tilted bins.
But while those cities may be cycle mad, does that stand true for the rest of the country surrounding them? Are these the nations that per capita get on their bikes more than anyone else in the world?
Well, that’s a good question. So we took to the interwebs in order to find out, hoping that by some bizarre malfunction we might find out that the UK was actually more cycle-friendly than we thought.
What our results did end up telling us was not altogether surprising, though there are a few that you’ll be interested to see in the list, and a few that may shock you in absence…