BBC focuses on cyclists’ safety
The BBC News website last week published a series of articles focusing on the issue of cycling and cyclists’ safety.
The articles include:
Viewpoint: 'Why I won't let my eight-year-old cycle on the road'
Better funding and following the example of other European countries would make people more willing to get on our bikes, says Chris Boardman, policy adviser at British Cycling.
How safe is cycling?
Cycling in Britain is often perceived as dangerous, but how much have the risks of riding a bike changed, and how do they compare with driving a car, asks statistician Jamie Jenkins.
Would these five changes actually help cyclists?
Many cyclists believe improving culture among drivers and boosting infrastructure are the only meaningful ways to save lives. But how much effect would some of these smaller changes have?
Cycling in the city: Chris Boardman's top tips
Chris Boardman gave BBC News his top tips for making cycling in the city safe and enjoyable.
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