Judith Green, Reader in Sociology of Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, visits the Thinking Allowed studios to discuss London cycling ethnographies this week.
Rather than fading away, cycling is becoming increasingly popular in England, and not just as a retro fashion, or because people are returning to historic ways of life. One of the reasons is that combined with new digital technologies, cyclists can do things that were impossible for previous generations. OU Researcher Pete Wood and Dr Frauke Behrendt from the University of Brighton explore this further in their exclusive article below. What do you think? Use our comments feature to share your views.
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