Interview: How Brussels can boost Europe’s cycling renaissance

Bicycle lobby head Manuel Marsilio tells ENDS Europe how the industry can contribute to the green recovery, why electric bikes will be a game-changer for clean transport and what the EU can do to help.

by Simon Pickstone
Manuel Marsilio: “What I see in Brussels, which is one of the most congested cities in Europe, is that people like less and less to be in their SUVs, stuck in traffic.” Photo: CONEBI
Manuel Marsilio: “What I see in Brussels, which is one of the most congested cities in Europe, is that people like less and less to be in their SUVs, stuck in traffic.” Photo: CONEBI

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