Enjoy The Ride
By cycling, you can protect yourself from serious diseases such as stroke, heart attack, cancer, depression, diabetes, obesity, and arthritis.
The bicycle is a fun, low-impact way to exercise that is healthy and enjoyable for all ages. Biking to the shops, to the park, to school, and to work is an easy way to find time to cycle.About Us
What's the difference between a mountain bike and a road bike?
Mountains biking - is meant to be undertaken more slowly on different types of terrain, and it mainly revolves around control over speed.
Road bikes - are more usually ridden on smoother, less varied terrain, and it favors speed over control.
How should you sit on a bike?
Start by setting the saddle height so you have your knees straight, and your heel firmly planted on the pedal when you sit down.
What should I eat before a ride?
It's also a good idea to avoid eating too much before you leave. There should be a decent amount of carbohydrates in a good breakfast, but the fats should not be too high. Oatmeal with nut butter and eggs on toast are some of our favorites.
Ride With Confidence
When you cycle, you produce serotonin, a mood neurotransmitter that is known for enhancing your self-esteem, confidence, and good feelings.
You will feel powerful, strong and generally positive after achieving your cycling challenges like climbing a tough hill.
How do I get over my fear of riding a bike?
Here are a few tips to help you overcome your fears and feel confident in the saddle again.
Is bike riding good for anxiety?
In addition to promoting mental health, it also promotes physical health. Cycling has been shown to be among the most beneficial activities for the head and heart when it comes to improving self-esteem, depression, anxiety, and stress.
How do I stop being a nervous rider?
Move away from him if you are getting anxious during handling. Calm yourself before going back. When you feel uncomfortable, take some deep breaths to calm yourself down. You will be able to relax your horse further if you control your nerves.