UK PM Boris Johnson rides “Made in India” Hero cycle at the launch of health programme

London: Known to be a cycling enthusiast UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson rode a made-in-India Hero Cycles Bike designed in the UK as he launched a new GBP 2 billion cycling and walking drive which is part of the government’s anti-obesity strategy to combat Covid0-19.

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Johnson was seen riding a Hero Viking Pro bike to Canalside Heritage Centre at Beeston in Nottingham, central England, on Tuesday when he unveiled plans for thousands of miles of new protected bike lanes, cycle training for everyone and bikes available on prescription as part of a new fitness strategy.

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“From helping people get fit and healthy and lowering their risk of illness, to improving air quality and cutting congestion, cycling and walking have a huge role to play in tackling some of the biggest health and environmental challenges that we face,” said Johnson, a Covid-19 survivor.

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The Viking Pro bike used by the Prime Minister is part of India’s Hero Motors Company owned Insync brand, designed in Manchester and made in India by parent company Hero Cycles.

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