Herald: Bid to get Glasgow Cycling to work by 2020

GLASGOW is aiming to make cycling the biggest participatory activity in the city by 2020 as part of an ambitious bid to capitalise on the sport’s surge in popularity.

The city council has appointed councillor and former Scottish sports minister Frank McAveety as a cycling czar to co-ordinate efforts to meet the target. He will publish an updated strategy later this year to encourage commuting, racing and leisure cycling.

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