The table given compares the proportion of local people in terms of five age groups who used bicycles in one town in 2011.
Overall, female cyclists always preferred riding bicycles than male cyclists in every age group. Moreover, for both genders, the 0-9 age group had the highest rate within the above year.
To be specific, over a half of the 0-9 people in the town used bicycles, at exactly 51.3% females and 50.3% of males. However, merely 42.2% of boys and even only 24.6% of girls were attributed to children aged 10-17 who rode bicycles in 2011.
For the remaining catergories, the least rates belonged to the 40-59 age group, at 12.3% of women and 8% of men. Conversely, females aged both 18-39 and 60+ had the percentages similarly, at 17.1% and 18.5% respectively. Meanwhile, there was a big difference in the figures for male cyclists in these age groups, at 9.7% of youngsters and 13.2% of elderly people.