Why are bicycle sales low when cycling is growing ever more popular in Lithuania?

Even though Lithuanians are embracing cycling as a greener and often more convenient mode of transport, bicycle sellers say it is not reflected in their sales.
© DELFI / Karolina Pansevič

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