While Germany is building a cycle highway connecting 10 cities that aims to remove 50,000 cars from the road, cycling in Glasgow still feels like a highly dangerous affair with seemingly very little being done to make getting around by bike easier, safer or more acceptable. Since the 2012 Olympics and 2014 Commonwealth Games, there has been an increase in the interest in cycling, definitely partly due to government campaigns surrounding these events. That same government, however, seems to be lost on how to accommodate this growth of cyclists. The national vision of having 10% of everyday journeys be made by bike in 2020 still seems very far away. A lot has to change, considering that current rates are under 2 per cent across Scotland.