MOTIVATION TO RIDE A BICYCLE IN DAILY LIFE

Sonya Sidjabat

Abstract


This research was conducted by using descriptive analysis to conduct a study of motivation to ride a bicycle in everyday life. This study aims to see how much communities have motivation in ridingbicycle. The sampling technique used in this study israndom purposive sampling with 46 respondents. The technique in this study used descriptive analysis. Descriptive analysis wasconducted for quantitative data obtained from primary data to bicycle users who crossed the special lane for 3 days in the East Jakarta area. This motivation assessment was measured by 5 dimensions with a total of 15 statement indicators given to bicycle users as research respondents. The 5 dimensions used in this study werephysiological needs, safety, and security needs, affiliation or acceptance needs, esteem or status needs, and self-actualization needs. The results of this study consist of the existence of a bicycle lane, the respondents of bicycle user prefer to ride a bicycle because of a healthy lifestyle, cost savings, and lack of orderliness of other transportation riders who often cross a special bicycle lane. The next reason why bicycle users prefer to ridebicycles was toreduce air pollution and to feel comfortable. The respondents also answered that riding bicycle was better at saving costs than encouraging the ability to increase purchasing power.


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Motivation, riding bicycle, daily life

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