As cycling advocates we spend significant time for the purpose of realizing significant growth of cycling traffic in our cities, provinces, and country. As advocates, significant growth will only come from focusing on enticing car drivers to give cycling a chance as an alternate transportation mode or in combination with transit or car trips. We can see the success of many cities in gaining significant cycling traffic growth within a short time frame from a couple of years to five years. Usually this was achieved through upgrading the cycling networks, upgrading the cycling infrastructure design toolkits, or through marketing. Usually Copenhagen is used as an example, a city that has achieved a 4% growth within two years. More…..