A woman who rides a bike in the UK has been forced to change her mind because of the dangers of the roads and the pollution, as her husband tries to get her back on it.
In the first episode of the new series of The Queen Bicycle Race, which will be shown on Sunday, May 5, the show’s creator, Peter O’Neill, will be asked about the risks of cycling.
“I was talking to my doctor last week, and he said, ‘Don’t cycle,’ ” O’Malley said.
“And I said, I think I need to change my mind.”
The doctor agreed, but O’Neills decision to take a break from cycling and work on a new show came after a series of road accidents involving the woman’s husband and his friends, including one in which she was injured.
“We’re getting very close to the end, and I’ve got to have a break.
I need a break,” he said.
“We’re all really close, but I don’t want to miss the show.”
The road was not the only roadblock in the road to cycling.
O’Neill said that he and his team had been researching the history of cycling for a couple of years, but could not get permission to film there due to the dangers.
“It’s not something we wanted to film because it’s so dangerous.
I’m not an amateur,” he explained.
“I’m very lucky.
There are plenty of places you can film on a bike, and they’re all so safe.”
But the roads are such a nightmare, and we couldn’t get permission.
The police were very interested in it.
“O’Malley added that there was a lot of pressure on the woman to do the show, with the show being broadcast on the BBC’s World Service and being shown in cities around the country.”
They were talking to all these celebrities and trying to get us to do it, and it was too much.
And we didn’t want it to be too much of a show,” he told ABC News.”
If you’re not going to get it on the World Service, you’re going to be missing out on lots of things that the world is missing out, and that’s why we have to do something that’s really good and interesting.
“The Queen Bicycle race was originally meant to be held in London, but has now been moved to Cardiff and Newcastle.
O’Neil said he and the showrunner, Chris Rutter, were very pleased with the result.”
There are plenty more countries than there are cyclists,” he joked.”
The Queen has a very different vibe to the Queen Bicycle Races that we’ve had before.””
We’ve got all these young people from Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England who have got their minds made up about cycling.