Bikes Health Top Reasons to Get on Your Bike Right Now By Edwin Smith Posted on 3 weeks ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Quite possibly, there are billion reasons to ride a bike. But to keep this article post, here are some of the best reasons to get on your bike right now. Image Source: https://pixabay.com/en/entrepreneur-lifestyle-millennial-2934861/ Exploring Most of us fail to fully explore the most beautiful places in our city. Even if you run on a regular basis, and mix your route often, you are not getting close to the exploration you can experience through biking. Even if you bike to the areas you usually drive by, you might be surprised by the nature and its beauty and appreciate the moments spent outdoors. This is one of the best ways to spend your leisure time. According to some studies, a bike ride (<10 mph) burns more calories than an easy walk (2 mph). Save Money The price of fuel reached record highs. And if you rely too much on fuel, it will have a terrible effect on your personal finances. To save some money we should all use more efficient vehicles. It is a great idea to use your bike instead of your car. You can start by replacing several car trips a week with bike rides – it won’t be long before you down your bills for $25 or more. And if you can get to work, you will see even greater savings. It can reduce stress. Workout helps us ease stress. It is also worth mentioning that people who ride bike have lower stress levels than their people who use cars. It’s much Easier on your Feet, Knees, Ankles and Legs than Running Bicycling gets your heart pumping and legs moving without pounding your joints. Biking engages the muscles in the legs without as much force coming down on the knees. Recover From Injury Elderly people with osteoarthritis and knee pain actually can improve their condition if cycling is added to their daily routines. As we get older, taking time to work out – even just 2-3 hours a week – can be hugely beneficial. Help Prevent Cancer Maintaining a conscientious diet (think lots of healthy grains, lean proteins and leafy greens), regular exercise and healthy weight all lower the risk of cancer. Some studies show that people with a higher fitness level as they approached middle age were at a lower risk for colorectal and lung cancer. Feel Better About Yourself Exercise in general helps improve your self-esteem. Once you finish a really hard workout, your body will release a whole bunch of feel-great hormones which will actually make you feel like you can move mountains. Get Smarter Some researchers show that workout boosts brainpower and helps to stave off Alzheimer’s in the elderly. Children are even more positively impacted by time on the bike and that biking can help control issues like ADD. It’s a Legitimate Method of Transportation If you are headed to work, biking is an ideal, eco-friendly type of transportation. The most important part of choosing your bike instead of your car is that biking provides some great exercises and it is free.