Bike Boom 1932-1939

Cycling boomed in Britain during the 1930s, bamboozling officialdom and annoying motorists. For several years, cyclists “swarmed” over major roads and dominated the streets of many cities. Cycle use was so high in some English cities that one town planner described cyclists as “locusts.” Thomas Sharp, the author of Town Planning, a Pelican Book that … Continue reading Bike Boom 1932-1939