Mountain bike riders are known to drink mass market beer, and a lot of Stones Green Ginger Wine. BMX riders are known to drink methylated spirits. Most cyclists though would rarely deign to drink beer worth less that $6 per bottle, or wine worth less than fifty.
It aught to be cyclists therefore, lobbying to ban the sale of cheap alcohol in glass containers. The proletarians to whom cheap liquor is sold, cannot be trusted with the feelings of usefulness they are temporarily and falsely endowed with, having ingested this drug. Give them a moment of feeling worth while, and they throw bottles out of car windows, and onto our bike paths.
As these photos and the video show, the small number of protected bike lanes that Australia does have, have been ruined for cycling by broken glass. They become littered with glass, then left to become overgrown.
I am quite sure the homo troglodytes who buy grog to feel good, would gladly buy it in tetra-paks, the way cheap beer is commonly sold in South Africa. You just have to give them 10% extra for free, and all talk of it tasting better from glass will be wiped from their minds, like the thought of ever riding a bike.