Urban Bike Trainer, Indoor Soccer Field, Bike-Share System Could Help Fight Obesity and Cardio in the UK

Urban Bike Trainers, an indoor bicycle trainer, a bike-sharing system and a bike locker in the heart of London could help combat obesity and exercise-related diseases in the capital, the London mayor has said.

In a wide-ranging interview, Boris Johnson said the bike and walk stations would make London one of the best places in the world to live if Londoners could access them.

“There are huge opportunities in the urban environment to get people out of the car and get more active,” he said.

“If we are really serious about tackling obesity and other health problems, then we have got to do a lot more to encourage the urban population to get active and live healthy lifestyles.”

The first of two stations is set to be installed in the City of London’s Southwark area, which is home to the largest concentration of the estimated 800,000 obese people in the country.

The Mayor’s cycling plan aims to build on the work already done in New York City and other cities in the US.

“It’s not just about taking care of cars.

It’s about creating a new kind of transport, a transport that is more like a bicycle,” he added.”

That is something that we have had a lot of success with in New Zealand, where they have a lot better bike-share system than we have in New England.”

London is home, for example, to a cycling network with more than 5,000 stations in the South Bank, as well as around 1,000 miles of protected cycle lanes.

Johnson has also promised to provide a new bike lane in the city’s east end, along with a scheme to make cyclists wear helmets in the middle of busy streets.

“I’m absolutely convinced that if you have the ability to get rid of cars, you can also reduce your carbon footprint,” he told Al Jazeera.

The mayor has also announced that he is to launch a new national campaign called “Cars for All”.

“We have got an issue of cars that’s really serious, but we are not going to just go around saying, ‘Go on and do it’,” he said of tackling the problem.

“This campaign will go a long way to getting cars out of our lives.”

In the interview, Johnson also said he would introduce a new £5-a-week levy on the value of all cars in the London transport network.

He said he hoped the levy would help to combat the issue of rising congestion in the area.

“I have been working for months on this, I have worked on it for a couple of years,” he explained.

“It is not just a local issue.

It is a global issue.”

In the meantime, he said he was also planning to introduce a pilot scheme in the Capital to encourage cycling, which he described as a “very important part of the UK’s future transport infrastructure”.

“I think it will be a great success,” he insisted.