Civics & CultureCyclingTransportation Sunday Video: The Gaman Spirit—Why Cycling Works In Tokyo By Stephen Fesler - March 1, 2020 1 Share Facebook Twitter ReddIt Tumblr Email Print Despite next to no bicycle facilities in Tokyo, the city boasts a bike mode share of about 14%. Streetfilms explains why. We hope you loved this article. If so, please consider subscribing or donating. The Urbanist is a non-profit that depends on donations from readers like you. Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Bus Driver Appreciation Day: Coronavirus Style Imagining a Better Route 44 Corridor Safe At Home: The Battle to Control the COVID Narrative Route 40: From Workhorse to Racehorse? Advocates Urge City to Open More Streets to Pedestrians and Cyclists During the COVID-19 Epidemic Nathan Talks to NPR and Slate About That Virus 1 COMMENT Interesting video. I knew there was a pretty healthy bike mode share in Japan, but I didn’t realize there was so little bike infrastructure. Impressive that so many people bike anyway! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.