Where women bike as much as men, and where they don't

There's no shortage of statistics on bikers around the country - who bikes, how often, where bikers go. But this interesting chart breaks down bikers by state and gender. Some interesting trends emerge - women make up about a fourth of bikers across the country, though they commute just as much as men in cities like Portland and Washington, D.C. Not so much in New Orleans or Honolulu.

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