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Title: Sharing a love for cycling
Authors: Maas, Suzanne
Keywords: Human powered vehicles
Bicycles
Cycling
City planning
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Maas, S. (2019). Sharing a love for cycling. THINK Magazine, 29, 6-7.
Abstract: It's not even a stereotype — the Dutch are practically born on a bicycle. I received my first two-wheeled friend as a birthday present when I was just three years old, and I have never looked back. From age ten onwards, I cycled to school and everywhere else on my own, and when I was a student, I used to spend one and a half hours every day cycling to my university campus in Utrecht. I only learned that cycling is not such an obvious choice as a mode of transport once I started travelling to other countries, and that hard truth particularly hit home when I moved to Malta seven years ago. Cycling changed from lifestyle to a research interest.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar/handle/123456789/67627
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Think Magazine, Issue 29
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