Some things to consider for Safe Cycling

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Cycling is a joyful, effective, and low-impact physical exercise that anyone can do. You may bring your cycling accessories and cycling kit to carry your essentials.

Its best part is that cycling can assist to relieve long-term pain and alleviate serious illnesses like heart attacks, strokes, specific cancer stages, depression, diabetes, obesity, and arthritis.

Here are a few tips and tricks for safe cycling. Please have a look.

  1. Be updated regarding new rules:
    If you’re planning an outdoor cycling tour, make sure you’re up to date on all national CDC recommendations as well as local travel advisories. It is critical to stay informed as such laws might vary from place to place, so make sure you understand when, how, and where you can safely ride in your area.
  2. Social Distancing:
    In the year 2020, we faced a pandemic, demanding the awareness of another factor: social distancing.

When halted at intersections or passing on the road or trail, you must leave at least six feet between yourself and other cyclists and pedestrians. Avoid crowded paths at all costs, as they violate the measures of social distancing.

  1. Solo Riding:
    Everyone enjoys group cycling, but as we all know, time flies, and cyclists are feeling the impact of the ongoing pandemic. As a result, it’s only allowed to do it alone or with someone you live with. For the time being, it is preferable to fly solo and to track your location using any GPS-based location tracking app.