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Cycling Makes You Healthier
  • 2017-08-23 17:17:45
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Cycling a bike can help you lose weight, recover from an injury, and even become smarter—and that's just for beginners.
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Get Smarter

A study conducted by Charles Hillman back in 2007 showed that exercise boosts brainpower and helps to prevent Alzheimer’s in the elderly. At same year, Dr. Phil Tomporowski showed that kids are even more positively impacted by time on the bike—and that exercise can help control issues like ADD.

Recover From Injury

the pain and osteoarthritis of the knee

A recent study found that the pain and osteoarthritis of the knee in the elderly have actually improved their condition when cycling was introduced to their routines, proving that as we grow older, taking some exercise every day, even a few minutes, can be very rewarding.

Improve Your Heart

Improve Your Heart

Cycling is also good for your heart—although not just because of you love riding so much ( that’s a great reason too!). A recent study in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise spent five years looking at the activity of 1,500 subjects. Those who were active on a daily basis were 31-percent less likely to suffer from high blood pressure.

Feel Sexier

Best news ever: You aren’t the only one who thinks spandex is super hot. A survey of 600 men and women commissioned by The British Heart Foundation found that cyclists are considered 13% more intelligent and cooler than other people, and a whopping 23% said a cyclist would be their preferred blind-date athlete.

Lose Fat

Lose Fat

It shouldn’t really come as a surprise that Losing weight is one of the greatest benefits of riding a bicycle regularly, but it bears repeating. The media often advocates dieting as the only way to lose weight, but science has proved another point. A recent study showed that older, diabetic women could only drop visceral fat if exercise, along with diet, was introduced into their routine. Similarly, young women have been proved.

Help Prevent Cancer

Help Prevent Cancer

Maintaining a healthy weight, regular exercise, and a conscious diet  (think lots of leafy greens, lean proteins and healthy grains) all helps lower your risk of cancer. And a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association recently looked at nearly 14,000 men and concluded that those with a higher fitness level as they approached middle age were at a lower risk for lung and colorectal cancer.

Feel Better About Yourself

Feel Better About Yourself

It’s no surprise that general exercise (especially riding a bicycle) helps boost self-esteem. The next time you take the perfect mid-ride selfie, score that Strava QOM you’ve been chasing, or finish a really hard workout, and your body releases a lot of hormones that feel great and you feel that you can take over the world.

Live Longer

Live Longer

According to one study of Tour de France riders from the past, cycling actually increased their longevity. On average, the former pros lived to 81.5 years compared to the general population’s 73.5 years: a 17-percent increase! Anther study suggested that even casual bike commuters benefit: For individuals who shift from car to bicycle, it was estimated that three to 14 months could be gained compared to the potential downsides of bike commuting.


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