UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson rode a made-in-India Hero Cycles bike designed within the UK as he launched a replacement GBP 2-billion cycling and walking drive. it’sa component of the government’s anti-obesity campaign which may be a strategy to fight COVID-19.
Boris Johnson’s love for cycling is well-known, and therefore the 56-year-old UK Prime Minister was photographed riding on a Hero Viking Pro bike to Canalside Heritage Centre at Beeston in Nottingham, central England. He unveiled plans for thousands of miles of latest protected bike lanes, cycle training programs for everybody and bikes available on prescription as a part of the new fitness strategy. He said, “From helping people get fit and healthy and lowering their risk of illness, to improving air quality and cutting congestion, cycling and walking have an enormous role to play in tackling a number ofthe most important health and environmental challenges that we face.” Boris is additionally a COVID-19 survivor.