I have also become more aware of just how male-centered the cycling world--in everything from the social contexts of rides to equipment design to the attitudes of some bike shop employees. Also, I am shocked at how much of that male-centeredness--as well as some out-and-out misogyny--I helped to perpetrate.
So I guess it's not surprising that some old myths about women and cycling still persist. I was aware of some, and learned of a few others from this infographic that recently came my way:
|From Biking Toronto|