‘Cockroaches on wheels’: How cyclists are being dehumanised and why that matters

“Don’t read the comments.” It’s a phrase cyclists have become all too familiar with. We all know that whenever the mainstream media goes anywhere near the subject of cycling, the online commentary will almost certainly turn nasty. Many commenters leap at the opportunity to vent their frustration, sharing anecdotes of law-flouting cyclists that, they opine, … The post ‘Cockroaches on wheels’: How cyclists are being dehumanised and why that matters appeared first on CyclingTips .

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