There are plenty of them in Vilnius, a city not cursed with shedloads of traffic. Not too fast, quite economical, looking fairly sturdy, good for navigating streets other public transport would have problems with - they seem to fit their surroundings pretty well. Would caveat that I went early in the year, when there weren't many tourists.
Speedy ones hitting the streets in London I'd be more concerned about, particularly with our road culture.
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