Groningen, the not-too-big, not-too-small, Dutch city where I live has, even by Dutch standards, a LOT of bicycles. During the weekend, the bike parking garage (really) at the train station is usually full to capacity: 10,000. There are more bikes than people in the city. This is due in large part to it being a student city for hundreds of years, and bikes being the ideal mode of transportation after spending the wee hours in the bars. I love it. As an American kid, biking meant spring air and overalls and neighbor's yards, and getting to do it every day here just makes my heart light. Not to mention, as a photographer, it's perfect for having to stop suddenly to capture street moments.