Coronavirus lockdown: 'Resurgence in cycling across Wales'
The coronavirus lockdown is "a once in a lifetime opportunity" to inspire Wales to get on the saddle, according to the head of a cycling organisation.
Bike shops have been allowed to remain open during lockdown and, coupled with sunny weather, numbers cycling have boomed according to Sport Wales.
Anne Adams-King, the chief executive of Welsh Cycling, said there was a "resurgence" in cycling during lockdown.
Ryland Jones, from charity Sustrans Cymru, said changes should be made to towns and cities so people continue to cycle after lockdown ends.
02 Jun 2020