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  • ‘Bike is Best’ campaign hails golden era of British cycling
  • ‘Bike is Best’ campaign hails golden era of British cycling
    Johnny Kennaugh (2018) ©
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‘Bike is Best’ campaign hails golden era of British cycling

As lockdown lifts and people hesitantly return to work, Britons are being told to get on their bikes. The biggest cycling campaign since the 1970s, ‘Bike is Best’ hopes to pave the way for a post-COVID-19 future of lighter traffic, healthier citizens, and reduced air pollution. 

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