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Vietnam's New Cyclists

Carruthers, Ashley


After having declined rapidly in the 1990s with the explosion of motorcycle ownership, cycling in Vietnam is once more on the rise. At its nadir, the bicycle was considered a vehicle of the urban poor and relic of the past. In recent years the urban middle classes have rediscovered cycling as a form of leisure, sport and conspicuous consumption, and its image is undergoing a renovation.

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2016
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: Globalization, Modernity and Urban Change in Asian Cities


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