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in London has some huge benefits, often saving you money, time and helps you keep in shape. GRAYSHON however are looking into those that have suffered at the hands of cycling and calling for rapid infrastructure change throughout the city.

Their first book entitled ‘Cycling Shouldn’t Hurt’ is a series of close up portraits of injured cyclists showing their scares, bruises and wounds further highlighting the dangers of urban cycling in a city where the infrastructure isn’t up to scratch.

Cycling Shouldn’t Hurt will be launched with a mass action later this year. To get involved and share your stories people can book a slot in their open studio programme which sees their next session today (Wednesday 19 February) from 4pm. Those taking part will receive a print from their shoot and a copy of the book on publication which will launch this summer.

Lets be careful out there.