Ten common questions about cycling

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Have you ever been put on the spot by someone who's not very sympathetic to cycling?
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CTC Campaigns answers ten top questions about cycling
  • Do some people tell you that cycling’s far too dangerous to contemplate, and they can’t believe that more cyclists don’t wear helmets and hi-viz?
  • Do they accuse cyclists of causing havoc, riding on pavements, upsetting pedestrians and jumping red lights?
  • Do they say cyclists should stop slowing down traffic and remove themselves and their machines from the road forthwith? Either that, or pay ‘road tax’, be registered and licenced?
  • And do they say that cycling’s on the way out and there’s no point in trying to get people on their bikes anymore?

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