Target 2: Cycling

Disaggregated by Age


 

Explanatory Comments

In 2013, children had the highest levels of cycling participation, while persons aged 40 years and over had the lowest. About 52% of children aged less than 10 years rode each week, compared to 34.8% of 10–17 year olds, 14.1% of 18–39 year olds and 9.8% of those aged 40 and over.

Between 2011 and 2013 cycling participation reduced for those aged below 10 and those aged 18 to 39.  Participation increased for those aged 10 to 17 and 40+. 

In 2015, children had the highest levels of cycling participation, while persons aged 50 years and over had the lowest. About 53% of children aged less than 10 years rode each week, compared to 37% of 10–17 year olds, 9% of 18–29 year olds and 5% of those aged 50 and over.

Lead Agency

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

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