An exclusive poll for ITV Wales reveals more than one in ten of us would cycle to work if there were more cycle routes available.
The poll found only 2% of Welsh adults class cycling as their main mode of transport.
But it also revealed this figure would rise to a more respectable 12%, if designated cycle routes were more widely available - that's 2% higher than the Welsh Government target for the year 2020.
Later this year, a new law will come into force in Wales which has been hailed as the first of its kind in the world.
The aim of the Active Travel Act is simple, to get more of us to leave the cars behind and to take our bikes.
The Act will force local authorities to map and plan for suitable routes for walking and cycling.
You can see more on this story on tonight's Wales This Week at 8pm.
Away from the dark corners of our city streets, a whole range of people with nowhere to call home are struggling to survive. Wales This Week investigate the changing face of homelessness.
Away from the dark corners of our city streets, a whole range of people with nowhere to call home are struggling to survive.Read the full story ›
Wales This Week investigates why thousands of horses in Wales are at risk.
WARNING: Contains images of animal suffering
Overbreeding, falling values and rising costs have created an ongoing 'equine crisis.'Read the full story ›
Watch the full programme - as the man who led the Gleision investigation says nothing more could have been done to establish what happened.Read the full story ›
A former paralympian from Wales who survived breast cancer twice and a motorbike accident that left her paralysed is being honoured by the Prime Minister.
Melanie Davies will be presented with the Point of Light Award by David Cameron for her work improving the lives of others with disabilities.
The award recognises outstanding contribution and service to the community.
On the 18th of June 1984, thousands of pickets clashed with police at Orgreave in Yorkshire.
It was one of the most brutal clashes of the 1984-85 Miners' Strike, with hundreds of miners and police left seriously injured.
Nearly 30 years on, Wales This Week hears from miners who stood on the picket lines during the strike.
Two Welsh miners return to Yorkshire, and the site of one of the most brutal days in the 1984-85 Strike.Read the full story ›
During the apartheid, sporting contact with South Africa had become highly controversial. Despite this, several so-called Rebel Tours left the UK, sparking huge protests.
Twenty five years ago, one such tour saw ten Welsh rugby internationals and six Welsh Rugby Union officials fly out to South Africa as part of a World Fifteen rugby team.
The tour had been organised independently of the WRU, who had never sanctioned the trip, but the backlash rocked the foundations of Welsh rugby.
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