Environmental Friendly

The more cars we can get off the road, the better it will be for the environment. Cycling requires no gasoline and, therefore, no harmful vehicle emissions or smog are released into the air when a person is riding his or her bicycle. Opting to use your bicycle a few times a week, instead of your car, is one of the simplest ways to lower your environmental footprint. Idling isn’t an issue when you are cycling. Noise pollution is reduced as well. Bicycles require no gasoline, no antifreeze, and don’t need many of the other fluids vehicles to need to operate. This helps ensure such fluids don’t make their way into local waterways or the environment itself.

  • Reduction of Air Pollution
  • No Nonrenewable Fuels Burned
  • No More Crowd/Parking Problems
  • No Need for Destroying More Nature
  • Improvement of Personal Health

Transportation benefits 

Cycling is an eco-friendly transportation option that gets cars off the road. Those who ride their bikes are more likely to learn and know their local roads, figure out ways to avoid traffic, and improve their overall navigational skills. Riding a bike gives you access to bike paths and other routes you might otherwise miss. Cycling is a simple way to get around town, commute and explore new places. Even if you can’t ride your bike all the way to work, many buses and trains have places where cyclists can store their bikes in between stops. This way you can ride your bike, and use public transportation when needed, to commute.

How Cycling Can Help to Protect Your Heart

Cycling strengthens your heart muscles, lowers the resting pulse, and reduces blood fat levels. Research also shows that people who cycle to work have two to three times less exposure to pollution than car commuters, so their lung function is improved.

Riding a Bicycle for a Healthy Environment

Riding cycling is not only a great way to improve your physical and mental health, but also the health of the planet! Here are some of the ways you'll be helping the environment just by replacing a few car trips with bicycle rides. 

Where to get help

In the end, quote for cycling:

“The advantages? Exercise, no parking problems, gas prices, it’s fun. An automobile is expensive. You have to find a place to park and it’s not fun. So why not ride a bicycle? I recommend it.”
 — By Stephen Breyer


Bicycle riding uses minimal fossil fuels and is a pollution-free mode of transport. Bikes reduce the need to build, service, and dispose of cars. Bicycle riding conserves roadway and residential space, thereby providing opportunities for less concrete and more plant life in urban areas.