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Bicycles are the unsung heroes of our streets - here's why

From a leisurely Sunday cruise to the Tour de France, cycling has benefits for everyone. Image: REUTERS/Robert Pratta

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The global bicycle market is expected to reach $65.4 billion by 2022. Image: Statista

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The bicycle gave women a newfound sense of freedom. Image: Public domain
After winning the Tour de France, Gino Bartali used his bike to help people escape the Nazis. Image: Ciclismo Italia

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