The National Cycling Strategy aims to double, by next year, the number of cyclists in Australia. Recent figures suggest about 16% of us have ridden a bike in the past week. Cyclists come in many forms: the ‘Lycra brigade’, hipsters with their fixies (fixed gear bikes), commuter riders, and casual weekend cyclists. But is there really a cycling boom in Australia – or is this a myth? What is preventing more people from getting on their bikes? Paul Barclay talks to a panel of cyclists and motorists at the Queensland Museum.