On the ride to work every day, you’d expect bike riders to be the most passionate riders, but that’s not the case.

According to a new study, bike riders are the most likely people to ride on sidewalks or parks.

According a study from UC Berkeley, it was found that biking is the most popular activity in cities with the least amount of pedestrian space.

And while the number of bike trips per day has increased, the number has fallen over the past 30 years.

“I think it’s fair to say that bicycling is the fastest growing activity in America, especially for millennials,” said researcher Jennifer Seltzer.

“It’s certainly growing at a pace that’s quite remarkable.”

This trend was confirmed by a recent study from the American Society of Civil Engineers.

It found that bicyclists made up almost 20 percent of the workforce in 2015, up from just 7 percent in 1970.

Bike riders are also more likely to be on public transit than their cars.

And despite the rising number of people commuting by bike, the majority of Americans commute by car.

Bicyclists also make up more than half of all commuters in cities, while cars account for less than 10 percent of commuters in the suburbs.

“We need to make sure we have the infrastructure that makes sense for both people to walk and bikes,” Seltzer said.

“Bicyclist participation in transportation is really growing and the data is really telling us that if we’re going to make that transition, we need to have bike infrastructure.”

The report looked at a sample of the city’s transportation system, which includes transit, streetcars, and bicycle lanes.

The study found that the percentage of trips taken by bicyclists dropped from 29.1 percent in 1972 to 18.5 percent in 2016.

In terms of total trips made, that’s a drop of more than 40 percent.

The report also found that people who ride bikes are also the most educated people in their neighborhoods.

“People are really motivated to bike,” Selster said.

Seltzers study found bike riding has the highest share of participation among people ages 20-29, and the most participation among older age groups.

“This is a big group of people,” she said.

The findings were published in the journal Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice.

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