"When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking." -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Cycling is a sport which gives anyone who takes to two wheels an enormous sense of freedom. Leaving the stresses of daily life and pedalling away without a care in the world, whether it's in your local lanes or high in the mountains miles from civilisation. There's little that can beat the beautiful simplicity of a bike ride.
So here we reveal a few of the many reasons why hundreds of millions of people ride their bicycles every day for some coffee break inspiration to get you on your bike.
Many types of exercise are helpful for boosting the feel-good hormones, endorphins, and cycling is one of the best. Cycling also makes you smile and feel better because it's outdoors in the fresh air and sunlight. Regardless of your state of mind when you get on your bike, it's likely that you will find yourself smiling half-way through your ride - and especially afterwards. That feel-good factor can last for many hours more as well.
The cardiovascular system is formed by lungs and heart and the fitter you get, the all the more productively they work. Actually, this implies enhanced blood flow and an elevation in the speed oxygen is sent through your blood. The more productive this process, the better your level of fitness. Over the long haul, on the off chance that you slowly increase the intensity and amount of your cycling, your cardiovascular system will get to be progressively effective and you will become fitter.
Riding can help enhance your state of mind and brain power, fighting the effects of anxiety and stress. A lot of exploration and research has been done on this topic, demonstrating that cycling is not just about improving your lungs, legs, and heart, but your grey matter as well. It also improves your mood, elevates stress resistance and decreases anxiety because of boosting the levels of feel-great endorphins, for example, dopamine and serotonin.
Cycling is good for promoting a better quality of sleep, which thus can offer incredible health benefits. One study at Stanford University Of Medicine (USA) found that people with sleep disorders who cycled about 25-30 minutes a day fell asleep more easily and sleep time expanded by an hour. Thus, on the off chance that you struggle to sleep, cycling could be the answer to your problem.
Cycling is one of the easiest activities to perform as a family. It is an incredible approach to spend time together and bond. It also promotes a positive and healthier lifestyle, which many children then take on into their adulthood.
Cycling is the new green. Travelling via bicycle is the cleanest form of commute, apart from walking. A bike uses no fuel and, compared to a car, it needs less energy and materials to form. Also, since a bike has no engine and is powered solely by pedalling, the only source of CO2 emission is human respiration. Many of our choices have direct effects on the environment; our mode of travel is one of them. Since we benefit so much from Mother Nature, we ought to give back too.
Inspired to get on your bike? Great! Do it today, dust off the bike this evening and take a ride, plan a cycling trip, or switch tomorrow's commute! Happy Riding!
Assagao is home to many beautiful Goan/Portuguese heritage homes in Goa. Some of which have been converted int boutiques, cafes, art stores, etc. We shall ride through the entire stretch, taking in the architecture, culture and history, past the tree-covered lanes, spot popular restaurants and shops in between, experience the way locals snack,
The Bridge and River tour is a scenic 3-hour bicycle tour will take you from the Upper West Side of New York City up and over the George Washington Bridge for a ride along the river on Route 9W. Get the full touring experience and leave New York City for a few hours. During the ride, we make stops at Grants Tomb Memorial on the Upper West Side.