55% of US female cyclists started or returned during pandemic, shows research
January 18, 2022
The National Bicycle Dealers Association (NBDA), has revealed that 55.4% of female cyclists started or returned during the pandemic, as found by the trade-org in its Bicycling Buying 2021 Consumer Research Study.
While 56.8% of adult bicycle and e-Bike riders in 2020 and 2021 were male and 42.6% were female, consumer research study found that over half of all adult female cyclists started or returned in the last two years. 33.4% of women cyclists started cycling for the first time, and 22% returned to cycling during the pandemic. Cycling Industry News