Who are anti-bike-path people?
We don't understand the anti-bike-path people.
How can allocating 0.01% of the road department budget to create a very small number of safe routes for bicycles be a bad thing?
Why are safe routes for bicycles a bad thing?
Why is offering a place where anybody and everybody can go for a safe bike ride a bad thing?
Why is riding a bike for exercise without the constant risk of being hit by a car a bad thing?
Why is creating tourism resources in outlying areas a bad thing?
Why is it a bad thing for bicycle riders to demand that some of their tax dollars be spent to provide a long-term investment in health and transportation and recreation.
Why is ok to build ten kilometres of autoroute but not ok to spend the same amount of money that built all the bike paths ever made here in Quebec?
When the number one reason people don't ride their bike is a fear of riding with cars on the road, why is it a bad thing to build a bike path?
Why do people who write angry letters to the editors about bike paths like to complain so much? They should go for a bike ride and relax a bit. Oh, sorry, there's no safe place to ride their bike, so riding on the road will give them even more stress and anger, but maybe now they will write another angry letter to the editor, but this time demanding a bike path for their own neighbourhood.
Statistical note: all statistics presented here have no basis in fact, but we're working on it.