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As the number of 'MAMIL' cyclists doubles, women are urged to join in
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Metrics details. Given increasing investment in new cycling infrastructure, it is important to understand its impacts. The Sydney Transport and Health Study evaluates a new 2. This paper describes the users of the new bicycle path, and examines its short-term impacts upon cycling behaviour and perceptions of the local environment. Data were collected from two bike counts at two intersections on the new bicycle path in the intervention area in and The data included self-reported cycling behaviour, use of the new bicycle path and perceptions of changes in the local environment. However, among the participants in the cohort, there was no change in the self-reported weekly frequency of cycling.
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Emma Ayres was halfway through an epic cycling journey, battling the pre-monsoon heat of central Pakistan, when she checked into a hotel in the city of Multan. On a bicycle named Vita and with a violin called Aurelia on her back, Ayres had already pedalled from the green hills of her native England, sped through Europe, and slogged the deserts of Iran. Her aim was Hong Kong. It was about June,
They rise before dawn, squeezing into stretchy second skins. They congregate near waterholes, identifying others in the species by the same second skin, aerodynamic helmet and eye-wateringly expensive two wheeled contraption. The existence and rise of the Mamil has been confirmed by new research. Given the socioeconomic and gender attributes, it is believed the middle-aged man in Lycra may have evolved from the dawn patroller species, typically found in droves throughout the nineties and noughties on lush plains golfers.