How Bikes Can Save Us

December 19, 2011 — 2 Comments

Biking And Health


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Gaz is one of the well known cyclists in a growing community of those using cameras. With over 34,000 Youtube subscribers and more than 9,8000,000 online video views, his channels and videos are among some of the most popular of their kind. Gaz has spoken on Radio, TV and in national cycling campaigns about the use of cameras and the power of videos.

2 responses to How Bikes Can Save Us

  1. Interesting to see Portland had already attained 6% of traffic. Southampton has just peaked at 3% this last 2 years… never seen so many bikers here (well since I was a lad, anyway). Its also interesting to compare other dynamics such as distances – ours peak around the 5 mile rate here, theirs peak around 2 – BOTH very cycle-able.

    Although I’d dispute us being able to get 20 bikes in a car parking slot in the UK. Perhaps our cars are smaller than in the USA?

  2. I didn’t realise that high petrol prices in the UK and Europe were intended to incentivize cycling – I’d just assumed it was to do with government and oil companies wanting to maximize profits…?

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