A new study finds that the most popular way to transport a bicycle is to ride on a bike-sharing scheme, and this is actually a good thing.

Read moreThe researchers found that cyclists in Australia, the US, and Canada are far more likely to cycle to work, and their cycling rates are lower than the national average.

“It’s actually a lot more efficient than driving,” study author Dr Andrew O’Neill told ABC News.

“The average bike trip to work is about five kilometres.

Dr O’Neil said that a lot of the reasons for the lower cycling rates were likely because of more space and more infrastructure around the cities. “

[Bicyclists] don’t need to worry about the fact that they’re going to get in an accident or worse, that they may get stuck in traffic.”

Dr O’Neil said that a lot of the reasons for the lower cycling rates were likely because of more space and more infrastructure around the cities.

He also pointed out that there were better ways to transport people, like buses, and there were fewer cars in cities.

“In a country like Australia, where we have so many cyclists, it is really easy to get people to cycle,” Dr O’Brien said.

“It may take more space, it may take a bit longer to get on a bus, but there’s really no other option.”

The study found that cycling to work was a more efficient way to get around the country, with a higher average number of kilometres ridden per day.

But the study also found that for those who cycle to commute, the more efficient ways to get to work were using public transport or riding on a local bike-share scheme.

In the US and Canada, cyclists were more likely than drivers to cycle at least 20 kilometres to work.

Dr Paul Stokes, a lecturer in transportation management at the University of Melbourne, said that the study showed that cycling was a better way to commute.

“If you want to get a bit of a boost out of your commute, then you’re going for a more convenient option than a car,” he said.

It is not only about having a bike for transport, but also to get from place to place.

The study also showed that people who are more bike-friendly were also more likely (by 2.8 percentage points) to have a commute that was shorter than a vehicle commute.

Professor O’Reilly said that he did not expect the study to have much impact on bike share schemes.

A study that looked at cycle routes around the world found that a similar trend was found in New Zealand.

However, he said that if the study was repeated around the globe, the trend would be similar.

“We think there are some lessons that we can take away from this,” he told ABC Radio New Zealand “Cycling is probably not the only transport mode people are going to use in the future.”