Wearing bright colors, Andy Costa rides his bicycle in the streets of Abidjan, the capital of the Ivory Coast. He carefully makes his way through the city, trying to avoid cars and trucks.
Africa’s many crowded cities make it the world’s deadliest continent for people who walk and for cyclists – those riding bicycles. That information comes from the World Health Organization.
Many African cities have bad roads and no special lanes for bikes.
That may soon change.
The COVID-19 health crisis has, in some ways, helped African cycling activists. The need to avoid crowded public…