China has just built the world’s longest elevated cycle path

Beijing is encouraging people to get back on their bicycles for which Chinese cities used to be famous for to help reduce pollution, less than a year away from the Olympics.   REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV    (CHINA) - RTX3GQJ

Efforts to tackle the country’s air pollution crisis are all helping to rekindle China’s love affair with cycling. Image: REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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