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On 09/11/2012 09:04, PhilO wrote:
> On Thursday, November 8, 2012 6:30:48 PM UTC, Dave VOR wrote:
>> My comment. Why is a psycholist interested in "foot tunnels"?
> Because you can get off a bike and wheel it through a foot tunnel.
> Could you really not think of that yourself?
Except that cyclists cannot be trusted to wheel their silly Victorian
diversion - they would ride it instead.
Dave - Cyclists VOR. "Many people barely recognise the bicycle as a
legitimate mode of transport; it is either a toy for children or a
vehicle fit only for the poor and/or strange," Dave Horton, of Lancaster
University, wrote in an interim assessment of the Understanding Walking
and Cycling study. "For them, cycling is a bit embarrassing, they fail
to see its purpose, and have no interest in integrating it into their
lives, certainly on a regular basis."