2012 was the year of cycling. Now we need a revolution | Jackie Ashley | Comment is free | The Guardian
And it’s simply that cycling has reached a tipping point, a critical mass, that has turned the motorists into a minority, and an increasingly boxed-in, nervous minority at that. On most of Britain’s roads, if a couple of cyclists are side by side, causing cars or vans to brake, there will be shouts and hoots and waved fists. Here, drivers simply have to accept that the world has changed. Drivers who lose their temper find it isn’t so easy in the park. They can’t zoom off. And they are outnumbered by cyclists.
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