Cycling experts tackle road safety in US

How to stop the rise in the number of deaths and injuries is among the issues being discussed by town planners and cycling experts at the International Cycling Safety Conference in the US.

    Riding a bike is increasingly common in the United States, and so is falling off them.

    How to stop the rise in the number of deaths and injuries is among the issues being discussed by town planners and cycling experts at the International Cycling Safety Conference in the US.

    Al Jazeera's Jacob Ward reports from Davis, California.


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