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    Title: Exploring the Behavior of Recreational Bicyclists: an Empirical Study in Danshuei and Bali, Northern Taiwan
    Authors: Chen, Chih-Cheng;Lin, Meng-Lung;Lee, Yung-Tan;Hsiao, Tsun-I;Chen, Yi-Cheng
    Contributors: 淡江大學體育事務處
    Keywords: CYCLISTS;EMPIRICAL research;RECREATION;BICYCLE trails;DATA analysis;TAIWAN;All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries;DESIGN & construction
    Date: 2010-07
    Issue Date: 2013-07-16 09:40:46 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Turkey: World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (W A S E T)
    Abstract: The Taiwan government has invested approximately 21 billion NT dollars in the construction of bicycle paths since bicycling has gained huge popularity as a healthy leisure and recreational activity. This study focuses on the behavior of recreational bicyclists in Danshuei and Bali, northern Taiwan. Data were collected from a field investigation carried out along the Danshuei bicycle path and Bali
    left-bank bicycle path. A total of 578 questionnaires were gathered for data analysis. Descriptive statistics and Chi-Square tests were used to assess bicyclists' behaviors. The frequency shows that, in these areas, Danshuei and Bali, most bicyclists rented bicycles, rode the bicycle path in the afternoon for about 2 hours. The used the bicycle path one time per week. For most, it was the first time to ride these bicycle paths. There were significant differences in distribution of bicycle ownership, time of day, duration of ride, ride frequency, and whether riding occurred on weekdays or weekends. Results indicated that most bicyclists in Danshuei and Bali were infrequent users.
    Relation: World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology 67, pp.640-643
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