Tag Archives: Refuting Cyclist Stereotypes

Cyclists Never Stop At Red Lights: Fact or Fiction?

Stereotyping is the primary method of expressing bias in a recognizable way. To some extent, everyone uses stereotypes, but not always consciously. Societal level stereotypes are ingrained in our thinking through cultural conditioning or repetitive mass media messages. More often … Continue reading

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Silence Isn’t a Solution

  With the increase in cycling infrastructure in American cities and towns there has been an increase in resistance to this infrastructure in the form of ridicule. Cyclists were never popular with motorists and have grown increasingly unpopular among pedestrians. … Continue reading

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