An Important Lesson When Owning a Bike

Bikes and the Netherlands. They go together like travel and passports – regularly used, get you from a to b and, unfortunately, sometimes lost or stolen. In a country that has more than 13 million bikes and a population of approximately 16.5 million people there are bound to be some bike thefts. And that’s why children in the Netherlands learn the importance of locking up their bike at an early age – ideally to something that is unlikely to move, like a lamppost.

Princess Bike in the Netherlands

It is never too early to learn about the importance of securing your bike.

 

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About the author: Heather Tucker

 

Heather is a writer, photographer and explorer of the world with bylines in Porthole Cruise Magazine, Taste&Travel International, Holland.com, and ACCESS Magazine, amongst others. She is addicted to pen, paper, hotels, organisation and hippos. In addition to Cloggie Central, you can find her over at Travel Gluttons.

 

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