Video: Kona check out Amsterdam's cycling culture
By BikeRadar, UK |
Saturday, November 19, 2011 8.00am
Amsterdam – it's not all clogs and windmills you know! Kona
Think of Amsterdam and one of the first images to spring to mind is the bicycle. The Dutch capital is a city where everybody seems to owns one, and the sight and sound of scores of cyclists whizzing up and down streets is something many take with them when they leave.
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The video below explores the culture of bike riding in what's considered by many to be the cycling capital of the world. Paying a visit to the world's largest cycle parking lot, Kona's Mitchell Scott speaks to a few of the people who leave their bikes in the 10,000-capacity, multi-storey building. On the agenda is what makes riding in the city so special and how bikes are passed down through the generations.
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