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Cycling Cultures: Why Cycling Thrives in Some UK Cities

October 18th, 2011


Just discovered Cycling Cultures a fascinating research project by UK-based sociologist Kat Jungnickel examining why cycling thrives in certain UK cities. Her project examines four UK regions Hull, Hackney, Bristol and Cambridge, with accompanying blogs for each region. The project is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. From the site: "Cycling Cultures is a multi-method sociological research project that focuses on four relatively high-cycling cities in the UK in order to find out why cycling thrives in particular areas."[Cycling Cultures]

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