Cycling infrastructure has long been tied to gentrification, and cycling advocacy groups are starting to realize that maybe they have a lot of problems to work through wrt communities of color and other disadvantaged groups. https://sfbike.org/news/watch-the-video-bike-lanes-gentrification-and-anti-blackness-webinar/
These are conversations spurred by studies that show that people who ride their bikes or walk to work are overwhelmingly white and affluent.https://www.dcpolicycenter.org/publications/the-demographics-of-walking-and-biking-to-work/
You can keep burying your head in the sand but that doesn't change reality. Admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery, and cycling advocates have a lot of problems. Or you can keep chudding along as you are and get sidelined from policy discussion in the real world. Your choice.