Bike-sharing peddling towards becoming a British way of life
Number of towns and cities with schemes has more than doubled in two years to 25, with some being used to bridge divides
Twenty five towns and cities in the UK have signed up to bike-sharing schemes, more than double the number of two years ago, amid a surge in popularity across the country.
Once the preserve of London, the growing number of schemes has seen the number of bikes available rise to 25,000.
Source: Guardian Transport