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Magazines Category:Lolita Category:Non-fiction works about sexuality Category:BDSM Category:Alternative magazinesCycling in the United Kingdom Cycling in the United Kingdom has been increasing in popularity since the 1970s, with 2.14% of British adults cycling to work in 2016. In 2008, there were over cycling trips made each day by the population of the United Kingdom. Overview Sport Cycling in the United Kingdom is a popular sport, especially for men and women between the ages of 16 and 24. The most popular sport is cycling (especially road cycling) and the national governing body is the British Cycling Federation. However, cycling in the UK is extremely popular and is now seen as part of British culture, having been included as one of the Olympic sports. In the early part of the 20th century, cycling continued to be a popular sport. In 1896, the UK hosted the world road championships. The Tour of Britain began in 1980 and is the biggest event in the British cycling calendar. The name "Tour of Britain" is officially used for the professional version and is organised by Welcome to Yorkshire. The amateur version is called "The Tour of Norfolk" and is organised by the Norfolk Sports Federation. British Cycling was set up in 1934 and is the national governing body for all competitive sport disciplines. The cycling federation organises the World Championships, European Championships, the Road Cycling World Cup, National Cycling series, National Road Series, the Tour of Britain, World Under-23 Tour, and Track Cycling World Cup. Alongside cycling, other contact sports are also played in the UK. Rugby union is the most popular sport in the UK, and is usually played by those who identify as British. Rugby league is the second most popular sports in the country. However, there has been some concern in recent years about a decline of sports participation, as a result of the Government's anti-competitive policies (see NHS reforms). Attitudes towards cycling Cycling in the UK has been encouraged since the 1970s. Cycling has been made attractive to the general public by promotion of its health benefits and its use as a means of transport, and manufacturers of bicycle-related equipment have been encouraged to create more safety features. British bicycle manufacturers have also been able to compete with those from other countries because of the UK's comparatively small market compared to the US or Germany. From the 1970s onwards, many clubs




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