Bike Culture & Its Personalities [INFOGRAPHIC]

September 19th, 2013 • By:  • Content Marketing

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The popularity of bicycling has hit a new stride in recent decades. Whether it’s a way to get to work, help the environment, or just for the joy of riding, cycling has increased the demand for things like bike sharing systems, parks, and bike lanes on roads. Will our love for bicycling continue to grow and change our urban landscape?

Bike Culture And Its Personalities Infographic

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As a Graphic Designer, Erin designs flyers, blog post headers, free guides, and infographics for a variety of clients. Working with the creative team at Vertical Measures, her involvement in the design process begins with brainstorming, conceptualization, and research. She combines these elements to create a finished product that fulfills the clients’ needs.

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One Response to “Bike Culture & Its Personalities [INFOGRAPHIC]”

  1. Jonce Says:

    Awesome infographic! One tiny correction. CitiBike is the largest Bike Share system in the US not the world. Paris’ Velib system has 20,000 bikes and the Wuhan program in China has a whopping 90,000 bikes!

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