Hi, My Name’s Rebecca and I enjoy
doing a lot of activities. Here on my blog
are some of my favorite activities such
as watching TV, traveling, going biking,
playing video games, and running on the
beach with my friends.
Me running on the beach
Why I Love Biking
Bike riding can offer a number of health benefits. Below are some of these:
Better cardio fitness
Better flexibility and balance
More calories lost
It can be done by individuals of all ages, starting from childhood up to adult years when painful
joints don’t allow for workouts that require additional stress such as jogging.
For My State-of-Mind:
Riding a bike is one of the best stress releasers. No matter if you're riding for a particular reason
or just for pleasure, you are likely to reach the final spot feeling relaxed, energized, and happier
about yourself as well as the world.
Plus, being outside on your bike is flat-out fun …
For My Community:
Being out on your own bicycle is good for those around you too. You can easily go to the area you
intend to go to and have one vehicle less on the way.
You do not bring with you the noise which vehicles create and are truly in a position to
communicate with individuals on-the-go. For instance, you could wave to a neighbor, say hello to a
child, smell somebody's dinner and try being a warm & friendly human onto the streets.
Also, when you use a bike, it doesn't hurt your nearby environment. There isn't any polluting
exhaust discharged, or any fuel used up.
And the electricity and materials used for manufacturing one car could be used in order to
develop one hundred bikes.
Front row parking spaces are guaranteed no matter where you go with bike riding. Traffic jams are
irrelevant as well.
For many short trips or through heavy-traffic, you'll realize that you can go almost as fast or at
times ever faster with a bicycle even though auto-mobiles can surely make better time for long
Going in on a bicycle can be a great option. Zip in, zip out. You do not need to reach the place
hours early just for getting a parking place or park miles away from actual event. And once it’s over
you do not need to wait hours in traffic to get out
It costs between 40 and 50 cents per mile to use a car, depending on the automobile.
This is based on expenses such as gas, oil, care, etc., that go up when you start driving more and
more. This amount doesn’t include the hidden expenses of the car ownership like taxes,
depreciation and insurance.
These elements make the actual cost for each mile to operate a car way higher.
When you begin multiplying cost per mile to drive a car by the distance you ride, you can easily
calculate just how much money you are able to save by driving a bicycle.
For instance: my day to day round-trip commute to my school is around 16-Miles. In case I do it
only a couple of times each week, I’ll save more than 400 bucks in operating charges alone
throughout the entire year. (16-Miles x 2 outings each week x.25Cents/mile 52 weeks.)
Me playing video games