People who ride their bike to work are less stressed than those who take public commute or drive a car.
Nobody likes a flat tire. It is time-consuming and sometimes, costly. However, a new revolution in bicycle technology introduces flat-free tires for all to marvel upon. Just imagine the kind of freedom bike riders would feel with the knowledge that their tires can never go flat. Despite the conditions of the terrain, be it soft, rough, or bumpy, a flat-free tire will never be a problem.
Chicago is paving a way to lesser pollution in its city by enticing cyclists to ride their bikes more through a solar-powere floating bike path with picturesque river views.
The alarming levels of air pollution pose serious health risk, with people being exposed to high concentration every time they walk or ride a bicycle for exercise or as means of transportation. Now, a new study from the University of British Columbia has calculated how fast a person should travel to significantly reduce exposure to air pollution.