It's a well needed boost for the trade that's had a crap couple of years, but I'd agree it feels short-term. On top of COVID we've also had glorious weather for 2 months that helps, not so fun cycling to work in November. Unless the practicalities of cycling are seriously funded and improved (more bike lanes/ less cars/ facilities at work/ crack down on thefts) then I can't see it lasting. The roads all ready feel more threatening than they did 3 weeks ago.
This is Manchester, we do things differently here, short thread:
Think we need to organise a forum ride once this is all over.
Islington to Durham.
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