Comment 111508

By ergopepsi (registered) | Posted May 11, 2015 at 13:01:09 in reply to Comment 111505

Ya, I don't know where he's getting those numbers. The density of Hamilton as of 2011 is 465.4 people/km2. What is a 'huge' percentage? According to the above New York City cyclists counts chart for 2014, 0.002% of the population of NYC cycle. That's two thousandths of one percent. It's relative I guess - is that a lot for cycling numbers?

Where does it come across like I'm undermining anything? This is exactly what I'm talking about when I say you have to be more understanding. Not everybody bikes in February and not everybody bikes at all. This is not undermining. You have to embrace the entire community - cycling and non-cycling - if you want to get anywhere.

BTW, you only need one question mark to indicate a question. If you use more than one it indicates that you are being hostile.

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