7 Cycling Myths and Misconceptions - Adventurous Ride

Cycling is a super fun and healthy sport. Cyclists consider cycling as a therapy for fighting stress, anxiety, and depression. As adventurous and trending as this sport has become, many myths are surrounding it. We are here to break those myths and keep it as an adventurous activity.

  1. Bicycling is Expensive 

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    It is the most economical mode of transport, best for the environment and light on the pocket. The bicycles are available in different price ranges and abundant options from which you can choose. Cycling is a low-maintenance sport and cost effective. 

  2. Only for Fit People


    There is a big misconception in people that cycling is for fit people. If nothing, cycling is for people who want to feel healthy. It is the only sport which for every body shape and size. There is no issue; if you are three or sixty years old, you can cycle at any age.


  3. Saddles are Uncomfortable



    Saddles are not uncomfortable if you pick the right size, keep it at the right angle and adjust according to your body type. One needs to sit in the correct position while riding the bicycle.

  4. Cycling is Dangerous



    Follow the road rules, and you are good to go. Ensure safety with the right gear while you get on the road. Wear your helmet, knee protectors, and stay on the cycling lane. Cycling is not dangerous but thrilling and healthy. 

  5. Cycling is all about Blood, Sweat, and Tears


    It is nothing but an adventurous fun sport. The optimum clothing, proper safety measures, transiting music, and apps will make your ride pleasurable.

  6. Cyclists don’t have to Obey Traffic Rules



    Anybody on the road has to follow the traffic rules. There is no exemption to it. If it red light waiting for the green walking signal, ride towards the left of the road, always cross through zebra crossing. All the rules that apply to any vehicles apply to cyclers as well.

  7. Cycling is Sport for Men

In the Gen Z era, there is nothing gender-specific anymore. Specifically, a trending sport like cycling. It is a sport for every gender it keeps one fit, active and happy. 

 

 

Now, we know these myths have no grounds, and let's take our bicycle and go for the ride where the breeze will flow through your hair and the journey will be calm and soothing.

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