'Stop child murder': The path to a culture of cycling

'Stop child murder': The path to a culture of cycling

Think bicycles, think Netherlands. It's home to the world's biggest number of cyclists.

But that didn't happen overnight. After all, bike paths weren't always there, and they most definitely didn't spring up out of nowhere.

Just how did the Dutch foster a culture of cycling? Here, the Dutch Cycling Embassy explains how the community made it more than possible to commute without a car, starting with a determination to deal to road fatalities. 

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