Jeremy Clarkson explains why cycling is bad for the environment in five-minute YouTube rant

The TV broadcaster launches into an anti-cycling tirade that includes reference to both avocados and space hoppers

Jeremy Clarkson (Photo by Crowder/Legge/GC Images)

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In a five-minute YouTube rant, TV broadcaster Jeremy Clarkson explains why in his view cycling is not only bad for the environment but also causing people from Acton to die of heart attacks.

Speaking on his YouTube channel 'drivetribe', for which he produces content alongside his The Grand Tour co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May, Clarkson shakes his jowls in rage while sitting in Holland Park, London and decrying the apparent plan to pull trees down in order to build a cycle lane.

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