A queue outside a cycle shop in Manila, the Philippines. Bicycle sales have surged since the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Ted Aljibe/AFP via Getty Images A queue outside a cycle shop in Manila, the Philippines. Bicycle sales have surged since the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Ted Aljibe/AFP via Getty Images
A queue outside a cycle shop in Manila, the Philippines. Bicycle sales have surged since the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Ted Aljibe/AFP via Getty Images
Green lifestyle

More people take up cycling because of the coronavirus pandemic, and bicycle sales go through the roof

  • The Covid-19 pandemic has boosted demand for bicycles, with people using them to commute, for exercise instead of going to gyms, and to get some fresh air
  • With financial incentives being offered to buy bicycles, and more bike lanes and car-free zones being created, proponents of cycling see the change lasting

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A queue outside a cycle shop in Manila, the Philippines. Bicycle sales have surged since the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Ted Aljibe/AFP via Getty Images A queue outside a cycle shop in Manila, the Philippines. Bicycle sales have surged since the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Ted Aljibe/AFP via Getty Images
A queue outside a cycle shop in Manila, the Philippines. Bicycle sales have surged since the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Ted Aljibe/AFP via Getty Images
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