There's now more cyclists in London than ever before

The number of cycling journeys made in London rose by five per cent to 610,000 a day, the equivalent of 23m per year

Numbers of cyclists in London are at their highest ever level, according to figures released by Transport for London and that injuries and deaths are at their lowest level.

The total number of cycling journeys rose by five per cent in the latest figures to 610,000 a day - equating to 23 million journeys a year.

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