‘I will never ride a bike again’: why people are giving up on cycling | Cycling | The Guardian
Guardian readers explain how safety concerns have deterred them from travelling by bike
Alfie Packham and Guardian readers
The proportion of adults in England who say they cycle at least once a month has fallen to 13.1%, the lowest figure since records began in 2015-16. Here, readers from around the UK explain why they have given up riding their bikes on the road.
‘Riding at peak traffic times? No, thank you’